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COVID-19 cases drop below Delta’s peak in the U.S.

The seven day average for COVID-19 cases has dropped lower than the peak of the Delta variant.

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So what does this mean for the pandemic?

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Here’s the numbers

Washington Post has been tracking COVID-19 cases. They have reported 153,029 cases a day.

The seven-day average during the surge of the Delta was 165,187 cases per day.

On January 22, the COVID-19 pandemic reached its highest case numbers at 807,897.

Even though the number of cases has decreased, we should maintain some caution regarding the Omicron variant.

Right now, the United States “remains in a middle ground” when it comes to the COVID-19 pandemic. The high case numbers have increased natural immunity. Vaccination numbers have increased too. This suggests the pandemic may be nearing an end.

The CDC may soon be changing their mask guidelines. This may be another signal of normalcy returning soon.

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