Red Lake Nation News - Babaamaajimowinan (Telling of news in different places)

Was this the last COVID surge for the United States?

Scientists say that despite the optimism heading into the winter season, it is too soon to abandon basic precautions.


October 15, 2021

MIKE KAI CHEN, New York Times file

A woman received a COVID-19 vaccination in San Francisco in August. Rising immunity and modest changes in behavior may explain why cases are declining, but much remains unknown, scientists say.

After a brutal summer surge, driven by the highly contagious delta variant, the coronavirus is again in retreat.

The United States is recording roughly 90,000 new infections a day, down more than 40% since August. Hospitalizations and deaths are falling, too.

The crisis is not over everywhere - the situation in Alaska is particularly dire - but nationally, the trend is clear, and hopes are rising that the worst is finally behind us.


Reader Comments(0)


Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2021

Rendered 12/04/2021 10:39