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The New York Times (2021年6月16日)の記事にもワクチンの接種を拒んでいる人が大勢いることが報道されています。

U.S. Nears 600,000 Virus Deaths Despite Progress From Vaccines

U.S. Nears 600,000 Virus Deaths Despite Progress From Vaccines – The New York Times (nytimes.com)

Daily deaths have dropped considerably since their January peak, with about 44 percent of the population now fully vaccinated.

This week, Mr. Biden urged Americans to be vaccinated as soon as possible, citing the continuing death toll from the virus.

“We’re approaching a sad milestone — almost 600,000 lost lives because of Covid-19 in America,” Mr. Biden said. “My heart goes out to all those who’ve lost a loved one. I know that black hole that seems to consume you, that fills up your chest, when you lose someone that’s close to you that you adored.”

“Now is not the time to let our guard down,” he added.

It is the remaining unvaccinated population — some people who are refusing vaccines, others who have not gotten around to vaccination yet — that is driving the lingering deaths, experts say. And the virus is still raging in other countries, including India and in parts of South America.

“Until we have this under control across the world, it could come back and thwart all the progress we’ve made so far,” said Dr. Marcus Plescia, the chief medical officer for the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, which represents state health agencies. “I’m worried about the people who are not taking advantage of these vaccines. They’re the ones who are going to bear the brunt of the consequences.”

Daily deaths from Covid-19 have dropped about 90 percent in the United States since their peak in January, according to provisional data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. About half of coronavirus deaths at the end of May were made up of people ages 50 to 74, compared with a third in December, according to a recent New York Times analysis.

Older white people are driving the shifts in death patterns, and across most age groups, Black people saw the smallest decrease in deaths compared with other large racial groups. Cumulative vaccination rates among Black and Hispanic people continue to lag behind those of Asian and white people.

“It makes me feel very frustrated and angry because getting people vaccinated is the only way to end the pandemic,” Dr. Chopra said.

According to data compiled by The Times, about 362 people across the United States are dying from the coronavirus each day. Fewer than 15,000 new cases of the virus are being reported daily, the lowest point since testing became widely available last year.

Many families who have recently lost relatives to the virus are struggling with the dissonance of mourning loved ones at a time when the pandemic appears to be fading for the rest of the country.

“It’s important to recognize that 600,000 people lost their lives in the last 16 months, and all of their families and communities are grappling with that grief,” said Dr. Caitlin Rivers, an epidemiologist at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. “I don’t want it to be the case that we move on from this terrible period and kind of put it all behind us without reflecting on what’s been lost.”

Denise Lu, Mitch Smith and Daniel E. Slotnik contributed reporting.







州の保健機関を代表するAssociation of State and Territorial Health OfficialsのチーフメディカルオフィサーであるMarcus Plescia博士は、「世界中でこの問題が解決されるまでは、これまでの進歩が妨げられる可能性があります」と語ります。「私が心配しているのは、これらのワクチンを利用していない人たちです。彼らは結果の矢面に立たされることになるのですから」。











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