U.S. Seven-Day Average Of Daily New Cases Drops Below 90,000 For First Time Since Early November
Source: The Washington Post, by Paul Schemm, Erin Cunningham, Jacqueline Dupree and Kim Bellware
Scientists have been split about the reasons for the drop, citing increased vaccinations, decreased testing, improved social distancing habits and the seasonal patterns of these kinds of viruses. Meanwhile, cases of the more contagious variant first identified in Britain are rising: Only 293 cases were reported in late January.By Feb. 4, there were 611, and the number now is 1,168.
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