While the Immunization against Covid-19 in the USA has been stagnant for weeks and the Government encourages extending the obligation to be vaccinated, in Mexico City doses triumph, with people getting up early to get the expected prick.
America continues with high figures and a cumulative total of about 77.3 million cases and 2 million deaths, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), and is the region with the highest data per week, the last, with around 20,000 deaths and 1.2 million infected.
USA, weighed down by disbelievers
Although USA It reached 70% of its adult population this Monday with at least one dose of the vaccine, some 100 million people who can receive it have not yet done so, which moves the country away from the expected herd immunity, with stagnant immunization data for weeks.
This situation led the White House to raise today that “the time has come” to extend the obligations to be vaccinated, and although the federal government has already done so with its employees and is studying applying them in the Armed Forces, it welcomes the fact that large companies and he hopes it will be an example to follow.
Florida, where only 49% of those over 12 years of age are fully vaccinated, exemplifies the problem of those who are reluctant with the vaccine, by becoming the center of the new wave of covid-19 in the country, due to the rapid expansion of the delta variant and the resistance of a large group of people to be vaccinated.
A mixture that is reflected in the fact that “96% of those hospitalized in Florida are unvaccinated,” the president of the Florida Hospital Association, Mary Mayhew, alerted the MSNBC chain.
In Mexico City, the doses are all the rage
Meanwhile, in Mexico City the high demand of young people between 18 and 29 years old exhausted the vaccines available from Sputnik V on Saturday, a response that exceeded all expectations, when the country goes through a third wave that accumulates several consecutive days with more than 19,000 infections.
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The avalanche of young people under 30 years of age is such that the capital government made a call “to respect the headquarters and vaccination schedule that corresponds to them” to “avoid crowds and that the demand exceeds capacity.”