U.S. COVID hospitalizations hit new low
The number of hospitalizations across the U.S. due to the coronavirus has hit a new low.
According to data from the Department of Health and Human Services, admissions have fallen 32% in the last two weeks.
Hospitalizations fell to 16,700, lower than the previous low of 16,800, set before the delta wave in June.
The number of new COVID cases are also declining, with an average of 32,000 new cases a day.
That’s a 7% percent fall in the last two weeks.