Omicron Wave Continues to Recede in U.S., Europe!
Coronavirus-related hospitalizations continued to decline in the U.S., with the seven-day average of patients with confirmed or suspected Covid-19 dropping 35% from a Jan.
20 peak to 103,464, according to data from the Department of Health and Human Services.
The rolling seven-day average of daily deaths with Covid-19, a lagging indicator, shows tentative signs of stabilizing.
New confirmed infections with the virus in the U.S. and the European Union have been falling from their peaks in January.
In the EU, average Covid-19 deaths have risen to more than 2,000 a day again.
However, declining overall infections have made epidemiologists optimistic that deaths too will peak soon.