U.K. Variant Spreading Rapidly through United States

The coronavirus variant that shut down much of the United Kingdom is spreading rapidly across the United States, outcompeting other mutant strains and doubling its prevalence among confirmed infections every week and a half, according to new research made public Sunday.

U.K. coronavirus variant spreading rapidly through United States, study finds – The Washington Post

National COVID Vaccine Administration: Feb. 2

As of 6 a.m. EST Feb. 1, a total of 49,936,450 vaccine doses have been distributed in the U.S., and 32,222,402 have been administered, or 64.53 percent. That means about 9.82 percent of the U.S. population has received a vaccine. Additionally, 26,023,153 people have received their first dose of the vaccine, and 5,927,847 have received the full two doses.

States ranked by percentage of COVID-19 vaccines administered: Feb. 2

FL Has Highly Transmissible COVID-10

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Friday evening reported 434 cases nationwide of the more transmissible COVID-19 strain that is potentially more lethal — up from 315 earlier this week. Florida’s cases have jumped to 125 — more than any state in the nation. The variant called B.1.1.7, which emerged from the United Kingdom, has  continued to spread in the United States, with at least 1 case in each of the 30 states, according to the CDC. The biggest jump in cases are in Florida, California and New York.

FL now has 125 cases of the more transmissible COVID strain, more than any other state | Florida Phoenix


We Owe Much to @SteveSchmidtSES and His Affirmation of the Sedition of Senators and Congressmen Against America and Our Democratic System

100,000 COVID Infections; 230,500 Deaths (Almost a Hialeah); 9.1 Million Infections (Grossly Underestimated)

230,00 Total Deaths; 1000 One Day Deaths; 90,000 Day Infections