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U.S. Covid cases fall further as Pfizer’s vaccine is cleared for 12- to 15-year-olds – CNBC

U.S. Covid case counts fell further on Wednesday, with the nationwide average now at about 36,700 per day over the past week, the lowest since Sept. 14.

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U.S. coronavirus case counts fell further on Wednesday, with the nationwide average now at about 36,700 per day over the past week, data compiled by Johns Hopkins University shows. That’s the lowest level of average daily cases since Sept. 14.
The U.S. is reporting an average of 2.2 million daily vaccinations over the past seven days and more than 46% of the country’s population has received one shot or more, according to federal data.
The vaccination numbers may get a boost in the coming weeks…

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