US's daily COVID-19 cases fall below 30K for first time since last summer
The U.S.'s daily COVID-19 cases on Thursday fell below 30,000 for the first time since June.
There were 29,128 new reported coronavirus cases in the U.S. on Thursday, a Wall Street Journal analysis of Johns Hopkins University data showed. There were 669 deaths from the virus recorded that day.
Over the past two weeks, the national average has been 32,256 new cases per day.
Almost 40 percent of Americans are fully vaccinated against the coronavirus, which has helped contribute to a decrease in cases.
President Biden is aiming for 70 percent of Americans to have...