Global COVID cases are dropping, all but six states have flattened the curve

The World Health Organization says that it is stunned at the drop in COVID cases worldwide, but it could be a light at the end of the tunnel in the fight against the virus.

Here are the brand new numbers:

  • Daily cases have fallen by 45 percent in recent weeks

  • Nearly every state, 44, has reported a drop in cases

  • The peak was on January 11th

  • January was the deadliest month in America with 85,000 lives claimed

  • The numbers were not broken down for rural communities

Most of the six states where the virus does not appear to be flattening are rich in agriculture. They are Alabama, Louisiana, Montana, New Jersey, Oklahoma, and Pennsylvania.

We do know during the deadly peak in January more than 500 rural Americans were dying everyday. USDA researchers say that rural residents were more vulnerable than metro residents during the deadly peak. They cite age and underlying health reasons, but researchers note many rural Americans live far from emergency rooms and are under-insured.

As for why most of the country is now seeing a decline in cases, health experts can not explain. They say that it is not because of the vaccine because only two percent of Americans are fully vaccinated. They say that it is possible more people have had the virus than the official count suggests.






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