The COVID-19 vaccine dose has now been given to a good percentage of Americans. As of February 14, over 70 million vaccine doses were delivered to Americans. As the cases of coronavirus continue to decline, more people get vaccinated in the United States.
So far, 14 million people in the United States have received two doses, which means that four percent of the country has been inoculated. About 1.67 million vaccines are being administered in a day.
The cases of COVID have declined by 57% since the nation reached its peak at the beginning of January, according to the COVID Tracking Project. However, there is still much to be done for life to go back to what it used to be, i.e “a new normal.”
The COVID-19 vaccine dose is still being rolled out and it is possible that if the vaccine continues to be administered like this, about half of Americans will have been given the first dose of the vaccine. This is a good effort towards getting rid of the coronavirus.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, many countries have made efforts to combat the coronavirus. The Pfizer vaccine was introduced late last year and since then rollout has begun in certain countries with some countries yet to receive the vaccine.