COVID-19 The number of BA.2 cases in the US has risen again

The BA.2 subvariant and two new subvariants appear to be even more infectious.

The two, BA.2.12 and BA.2.12.1, were highlighted by New York State health officials last week, and accounted for more than 70% of new cases in central New York in March

The two sub-lineages of BA.2, which now dominates the world, accounted for 99.2% of cases sequenced last week by the WHO

A New York Times tracker shows an increase of 38% from two weeks ago

The country's average daily hospitalisation is now 14,936, down 6% from two weeks ago and the lowest since the pandemic began

The United States continues to lead the world with 80.6 million cases and 988,618 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University data.

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