As Delta variant Because of its high infection rate, it is still a worrying issue, and it poses a particularly serious risk in the states of the United States Low vaccinations.
According to the data from Act now, An independent non-profit organization focused on helping people make informed decisions by providing timely and accurate COVID data in the United States, 12 states are at a “high risk” of infection with the Delta variant.
According to the Covid Act Now, the 12 states at the highest risk of COVID-19 include Nevada, Utah, Missouri, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana States, Florida, and South Carolina.
The organization said that in states where vaccination levels have increased, the risk will be reduced.It said 55% of the entire U.S. population received at least one dose Coronavirus disease vaccine.
The Covid Act Now says that in the entire United States, only two states are considered low-risk states for COVID-19. According to data from Massachusetts and Vermont, more than 80% of residents in Massachusetts and Vermont have been vaccinated. Johns Hopkins University.
Covid Act Now mainly uses data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for analysis. Covid Act Now data looks at factors such as the infection rate in each state, the number of people vaccinated in each state, the capacity of the intensive care unit, and socioeconomic vulnerability.
According to reports Business insider, Professor Eric TopolThe director of the Scripps Research and Translational Institute said on Twitter on Friday that Delta variants accounted for at least 35% of new cases in these 12 high-risk states.
He also posted on Twitter on Sunday that Arkansas now leads the United States in the total number of Delta variant cases with the lowest vaccination rate.
These three states led the increase in cases in the US Delta, with hospitalizations increasing by 23-46% in the past two weeks.
Now each >80% Delta prevalence rate https://t.co/nKnmp5OBZK
Arkansas now tops the list and has one of the lowest vaccination rates in the country pic.twitter.com/VqJyWj6dCs
— Eric Topol (@EricTopol) July 4, 2021
Based on vaccination rates in 12 states New York Times Vaccine Tracker, Are significantly lower than the 60% to 72% complete vaccination rate in most parts of the country.
The total vaccination rates of these 12 states include: Nevada (52.7%), Utah (49.6%), Missouri (48.8%), Wyoming (43.9%), Nebraska (60.7%), Kansas States (53.6%), Oklahoma (49.3%), Arkansas (43.3%), Mississippi (38.3%), Louisiana (44.9%), Florida (55.8%) and South Carolina (48.1%) %), data from “Time” shows.
According to statistics, a total of 33.7 million Americans have tested positive for the coronavirus, and more than 605,500 people have died of COVID-related diseases. Johns Hopkins University.