Covid cases have continued to drop dramatically, and hit another milestone as the seven day average of new infections dropped below 100,000-a-day for the first time since December 1.
The United States is now averaging 85,495 new cases a day, according to Johns Hopkins data – a 44 per cent drop in a week, and the lowest figure in almost three months.
Covid’s grip on the country has weakened considerably over the last month. Daily case averages have dropped for 28 consecutive days, dating back to January 24. A surge caused by the super-infectious but milder Omicron variant peaked in mid-January, reaching 800,000 cases per day before beginning its plummet. Since the peak, cases have fallen 89 percent.
The rapid decline in Omicron cases after reaching their peak – a phenomenon recorded…
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