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By Azi Paybarah and Albert Sun
By Sharon LaFraniere and Noah Weiland
As of Sunday, 142,388 people with the virus were hospitalized nationwide, according to federal data, surpassing the single-day peak reported on Jan. 14 of last year.
By Maggie Astor, Adeel Hassan and Albert Sun
By Lazaro Gamio, Albert Sun and Alexandria Symonds
Steep surges driven by the Omicron variant have led to record-breaking rates of new cases in the United States, Canada, Australia and across Western Europe.
Since vaccines became widely available in April, nearly 250,000 people have died from Covid-19 in the United States. Their demographics are different from earlier in the pandemic.
By Denise Lu and Albert Sun
Hoping to prevent further disruptions to daily life, the C.D.C. reduced the period that certain infected Americans must sequester.
By Benjamin Mueller and Isabella Grullón Paz
The milestone came despite the wide availability of vaccines for most of 2021.
By Julie Bosman, Amy Harmon, Albert Sun, Chloe Reynolds and Sarah Cahalan
They are among the most vaccinated groups, but people 65 and older make up about three-quarters of the nation’s coronavirus death toll.
By Julie Bosman, Amy Harmon and Albert Sun