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Amid rise in new cases, COVID-19 death toll plunges in the US

Amid rise in new cases, COVID-19 death toll plunges in the US

The death toll caused due to the novel coronavirus has plunged in the United States, even as the country continues to report increased cases and hospitalizations. The death toll has plunged by nearly 20 percent, and a total of 745 people died from the virus between March 30 and April 5. The decrease in fatalities came as vaccination rates continued to ramp up across the nation.

Tom A
Tom A
Noah PaulOG
Noah PaulOG 6 days

They credit vaccines with lowering deaths but not cases? Maybe less people are dying because no one is sending infected people to nursing homes anymore.

Be Better, BuzzFeed
Be Better, BuzzFeed 6 days

https://vimeo.com/532172876 This was predictable if citizens would listen to *all* scientists/medical professionals and not just those who agreed with the status quo. Here's one group trying their hardest to cut through the censorship. It's a Vimeo link cuz YouTube yanked the video on their platform.

Glen
Glen 6 days

Vaccines and mask are not slowing down covid19. Why?

John W
John W 6 days

Just like any Flu Season. During the winter, people spend more time indoors with the windows sealed, so they are more likely to breathe the same air as someone who has the flu and thus contract the virus (3). 2) Days are shorter during the winter, and lack of sunlight leads to low levels of vitamin D and melatonin, both of which require sunlight for their generation. This compromises our immune systems, which in turn decreases ability to fight the virus (3). 3) The influenza virus may survive better in colder, drier climates, and therefore be able to infect more people (3). https://sitn.hms.harvard.edu/flash/2014/the-reason-for-the-season-why-flu-strikes-in-winter/

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