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Coronavirus cases in the US fall 31% in three weeks; 47 states report declines in new infections, hospitalizations

The seven-day rolling average of new cases has declined 31% since three weeks ago and hospitalizations have fallen 18.8% from a peak on January 6



Coronavirus cases are continuing to decline drastically across the United States even as deaths hold steady near peak levels.

On Thursday, a total of 152,478 new infections were reported, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, a dramatic drop from the 232,943 cases recorded just two weeks ago.

What’s more, the seven-day rolling average of new cases currently sits at 171,679, a 31 percent decline from the average two weeks earlier, a analysis shows.

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