Covid infections DOWN by 30% in last three weeks as over 26million vaccine doses administered in US

COVID infections have decreased by 30 percent in the last three weeks as over 26million vaccine doses have been administered across the United States.

On Friday morning, the US was reported to have 164,665 new cases of coronavirus and 3,872 deaths within the past 24 hours.

According to the data, released by John Hopkins' Coronavirus Resource Center, the rolling seven-day average is now 158,739 positive cases.

The new average number marks a 30 percent drop when compared to three weeks ago, the Daily Mail reported.

Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, more than 25.8million people have tested positive for Covid-19 across the US.

At least 434,696 Americans have died from the virus as of Friday.

Meanwhile, data obtained by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has revealed that more than 26million vaccine doses have been administered throughout the nation.

The number of administered doses includes both the Moderna and Pfizer/BioNTech vaccines.

The CDC revealed 26,193,682 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine were administered and 48,386,275 doses were distributed across the US.

Americans began receiving the Pfizer vaccine jab on December 14, 2020.

Since that date, around 6.5 percent of the US population has been vaccinated.

According the data, published Thursday by the CDC, approximately 1.2million vaccine jabs were administered daily since President Joe Biden was sworn into office January 20.

The CDC data also revealed around 21.7million Americans have gotten jabbed with the first dose of the vaccine and 4.3million people have been completely vaccinated.

The Covid Tracking Project has reported that 104,303 people in the US are currently hospitalized.

Meanwhile, coronavirus data which Democrats claim was "hidden" by the Trump administration has been published for the first time, revealing the worst virus hotspots.

Donald Trump had allegedly told state officials the stats were confidential and should not be published, Democrats in the new White House administration claimed.

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