At the moment, the COVID-19 Pandemic is developing upwards to about 484 new cases. The average is hitting about three times the number of cases that was as easily reported over a month ago. King County has been reporting about 6,500 new cases per day. Of course, there’s been a lower number occurring than at the peak of omicron. Washington at this point is forming a wide group of public health official to recommend metrics for necessary N95 mandates.
The Aurora Avenue location is testing for COVID-19 relatively slowly. But certainly people still appear with worries that they’ve maybe contracted the corona virus. Meanwhile, there’s plenty of worry from the past statistics.
2021 being most likely the deadliest year in U.S. history, racking up about 3.465 million deaths. This hits at about 80,000 past the 2020’s record. All according to preliminary death statistics, sent out by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. COVID-19 is rising more to higher rates but of course, the corona virus is not to blame. Beginning CDC data is displaying crude death rates unlike any other. And because of cancer and other sickly conditions. Much like chronic liver disease, diabetes and stroke, there was an increase of deaths.
Corona Virus Is Rampant Beyond Compare.
The number of new coronavirus cases and deaths reported to the World Health Organization fell for a third consecutive week, a trend likely helped by the dismantling of testing and surveillance programs.
In its latest weekly report on the pandemic, issued late Tuesday, the U.N. health agency said the more than 7 million new cases reported represented a 24% decline from a week earlier. The weekly worldwide number of COVID-19 deaths, was down 18%, at over 22,000.
WHO said the decreases “should be interpreted with caution” as numerous countries where the virus is starting to subside have changed their testing strategies, meaning far fewer cases are being identified.
New cases and deaths are falling in every region of the world, including the Western Pacific, where a surge of infections has triggered severe lockdown measures in China.