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CDC Says, Fully Vaccinated Americans have Surpassed the 101 Million Mark

According to the CDC and Prevention, the number of fully Vaccinated Americans against COVID-19 has surpassed 101 million. More than 43% of people have gotten at least one dose, and the average daily coronavirus case count has dropped by 16%.

The excitement was palpable when Disneyland reopened on Friday after more than 400 days of closure, as Michael George of “CBS This Morning: Saturday” reports. According to CBS Los Angeles, several people were in line as early as 2:30 a.m. However, capacity is limited to 25%, and tickets must be purchased in advance online. Only residents of California are permitted to visit.

However, there are questions about Vaccinated hesitancy, as well as new variant alerts. In Michigan, where bars and restaurants will operate at 65 percent capacity, officials are using a carrot-and-stick strategy: raise the Vaccinated rate, and more establishments can open. Eric Pessell, Calhoun County, Michigan, health officer, said, “If you’ve been waiting and seeing, if you’re one of the ‘let’s wait and see,’ I think we’ve waited and saw enough, and it’s time to come down.”

The rate of Vaccinated is decreasing. Take Arkansas, for example, which is one of more than ten states that has not ordered all vaccine doses available. More than a third of Arkansas residents have received at least one dose, far less than the national average of 43%. Unvaccinated people should pay attention to what Dr. Anthony Fauci said on Friday. He said, “Bottom line of my message … A: Get vaccinated, and if you’re having a two-dose regimen, make sure you get that second dose.”

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