COVID’s US Toll Projected to Drop Sharply By the End of July

NEW YORK (AP) – Teams of experts are projecting that COVID-19′s toll on the U.S. will wane dramatically by the end of July.

That’s according to research released by the government Wednesday.

But they also warn a “substantial increase” in hospitalizations and deaths is possible if unvaccinated people do not follow basic public health guidelines such as wearing a mask and social distancing.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention paper included projections from six different research groups.

By Mike Stobbe, Associated Press

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