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uscoronavirus sep22 Deaths due to coronavirus infection in the United States continue to remain above the 2000-a-day mark for the second consecutive week. The alarming trend was evident in most of the days since September 8, the day when daily Covid deaths in the country crossed the 2000 mark for the first time since February. With 2331 new coronavirus casualties reporting on Tuesday, the national total has increas

COVID-19 vaccine makers Pfizer Inc. (PFE) and BioNTech SE (BNTX) announced Wednesday plans to expand their agreement with the U.S. Government to provide further 500 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine for donation. The vaccine doses will be supplied to the Government at a not-for-profit price for...

uscoronavirus sep21 As coronavirus deaths crossing the 2000 mark on many of these days, the weekly average of COVID casualties in the United States is steadily increasing, data shows. From a low point of 188 weekly death average reported in the beginning of July, the seven-day average reached 2087 on Monday, according to data compiled by New York Times. This marks an increase by more than 11 times within a time spac

uscoronavirus sep20 Amidst the recent surge in coronavirus cases and deaths in the United States, hospitalizations due to the pandemic is steadily declining, data shows. The number of people hospitalized in the country has come down to 94,101, according to data compiled by New York Times. It marks 8 percent decrease within a fortnight. The weekly average of COVID deaths crossed 2000 after a long gap. The seven-day

uscoronavirus sep17 The highest single day COVID death toll in more than seven months was reported in the United States on Thursday. With 3,393 additional casualties reported, the total number of the pandemic victims in the country reached 670,027, as per the latest data from Johns Hopkins University.

uscoronavirus sep16 The United States on Wednesday recorded one of the highest daily death tolls in the country this year due to COVID. With 2678 additional casualties reporting, the total number of the pandemic victims in the country reached 666,618, as per the latest data from Johns Hopkins University. 17135 new cases of coronavirus infections on the same day took the national total to 41,536,687. The weekly ave

uscoronavirus sep15 Covid-related hospitalizations in the United States fell below the 100,000 mark after many weeks. A total of 99,275 people are currently hospitalized due to coronavirus infection in the country, while 32,176,784 people have so far recovered from the disease, according to data compiled by New York Times.

uscoronavirus sep14 A whopping 262,049 new cases of coronavirus infections were reported in the United States on Monday. It took the national total to 41,223,097, as per the latest data from Johns Hopkins University. COVID-deaths again crossed the alarming mark of 2,000 on the same day. 2,136 additional casualties took the national COVID death toll to 662,243.

uscoronavirus sep13 With 33,807 new cases of coronavirus infections reported in the United States on Sunday, the national total has increased to 40,955,260, as per the latest data from Johns Hopkins University. 279 additional casualties took the national COVID death toll to 659,975.

French specialty vaccine company Valneva SE (VALN) announced Monday that it has received a termination notice from the UK Government or HMG regarding the Supply Agreement for its COVID-19 vaccine candidate, VLA2001. The HMG applied its right to terminate, as per the contract, alleging that the company...

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