Rates of US Covid-19 are falling. However, the colder winter temperatures could mean that the Delta wave

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Rates of US Covid-19 are falling. However, the colder winter temperatures could mean that the Delta wave has months to go, a specialist says.

It is possible that this Delta version could mark the most significant growth of the Covid-19 pandemic. However, this is not the right moment to allow the US to be smug since it has not yet completed its course, a medical expert told the AP on Monday.

US Covid-19 are falling

The average daily number of hospitalizations, cases, and deaths caused by Covid-19 is declining. Over the past week, the average daily amount of infections have decreased by 15,000 to more than 86,000. Additionally, around 200 fewer deaths occur each day, according to data provided by Johns Hopkins University.

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