Pioneering COVID-19 cases in NYS have nearly doubled in two weeks

Pioneering COVID-19 cases in NYS have nearly doubled in two weeks

COVID-19 cases among the fully vaccinated are approaching 500,000 and hospitalizations have increased by almost 4,000. According to data released by the New York State Health Department per. By 13 December 2021, there had been almost 230,000 breakthrough cases,

226,972 laboratory-confirmed breakthrough cases of COVID-19 among fully vaccinated individuals in the state of New York, equivalent to 1.8% of the population of fully vaccinated persons 12 years or older.

12,916 th most common admissions with COVID-19 among fully vaccinated individuals in the state of New York, which is equivalent to 0.10% of the population of fully vaccinated persons 12 years or older.

The latest data provided by the New York State Department of Health per. December 28, 2021 indicates that in two weeks, COVID-19 cases among the fully vaccinated have almost doubled,

446,895 laboratory-confirmed breakthrough cases of COVID-19 among fully vaccinated persons in the state of New York, corresponding to 3.4% of the population of fully vaccinated persons aged 12 years or older.
16,583 hospital admissions with COVID-19 among fully vaccinated persons in the state of New York, corresponding to 0.12% of the population of fully vaccinated persons aged 12 years or older.

If you take a look at the entire month of December 2021, breakthrough cases increased by 267,393, and hospital admissions increased by 5,532.

Pr. On 29 November 2021, there were almost 180,000 cases of COVID-19 among the fully vaccinated,

179,502 laboratory-confirmed breakthrough cases of COVID-19 among fully vaccinated persons in the state of New York, corresponding to 1.4% of the population of fully vaccinated persons aged 12 years or older.

11,051 hospital admissions with COVID-19 among fully vaccinated persons in the state of New York, corresponding to 0.09% of the population of fully vaccinated persons 12 years or older.

New York Governor Kathy Hochul has announced a COVID-19 Winter Surge Plan 2.0. The five-point plan is designed to combat an increase in COVID-19 proliferation and deaths. The plan focuses on,

– To keep children in school
– Reinforcement of masks and tests
prevention of serious COVID-19 cases and deaths
– To give New Yorkers more access to vaccines and boosters
– Coordination with local leaders

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