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vaccination continues, so do infections

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                In the United States, the vaccination campaign continues to gain momentum, but this is not enough to slow the pace of the pandemic.  Joe Biden has promised that 90% of American adults would be eligible for the vaccine by April 19, but the U.S. president urged vigilance on Monday March 29.  New infections rose 12% last week in the country, with peaks recorded in the northeast, and the milestone of 30 million people infected has been crossed.
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                                    <p><em>With our correspondent in Washington, </em><strong>Anne Corpet</strong>

« The war against the Covid-19 is far from won Joe Biden recalled. And, in an emotional voice, the director of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention added: ” There are many reasons to be hopeful, but right now I’m scared. »

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A dreaded fourth wave

In fact, infections are on the rise in the United States: nearly 63,000 new cases have been recorded in the past week. Consequence of the vaccination of people over 65, it is now younger patients who clutter hospitals: the number of patients aged 35 to 44 has increased by 41% in the last seven weeks.

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It is in Michigan that the increase is the most worrying: the number of cases has increased by 133% in two weeks. Experts link this increase to the relaxation of health precautions. Many states have removed the requirement to wear a mask and lifted restrictions on gatherings. Health authorities fear the arrival of a fourth wave of the pandemic. Joe Biden called on local authorities to stop the process of reopening the economy.

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Source site www.rfi.fr

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