U.S. delivering about 3 million COVID-19 vaccines per day, up 8%: CDC director
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States has delivered about 3 million COVID-19 vaccine doses per day on average over the past week, up 8% over the previous 7-day average, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Rochelle Walensky said on Wednesday.
Still, daily U.S. cases of novel coronavirus are averaging 63,000 over the past seven days, up 2.3% from the previous 7-day average, she told reporters at a White House briefing.
Reporting by Susan Heavey, Jeff Mason and Carl O’Donnell
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