Americans’ Worry About Catching COVID-19 Drops To A Record Low

Gallup: Americans' Worry About Catching COVID-19 Drops to Record Low
* 35% of Americans are worried about catching COVID-19, down from 49% * 77% say the COVID-19 situation in the U.S. is improving, up from 60% * 64% report at least a fair amount of disruption to their lives, down from 70%
WASHINGTON, D.C. — At the same time Americans' satisfaction with the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine has surged, their concerns about getting the virus and about the availability of coronavirus tests and hospital services/treatment have fallen to record lows.
Thirty-five percent of U.S. adults now say they are very or somewhat worried about contracting COVID-19, the lowest point in Gallup's trend since April 2020.
Twenty-two percent of Americans are very or moderately worried about access to hospital services/treatment, and 14% are just as worried about access to COVID-19 tests.
WNU Editor: The vaccination campaign has alleviated many fears …. Biden will announce today that ALL American adults can get their COVID shot from April 19th – bringing date forward by two weeks – as America vaccinates nearly HALF the country (Daily Mail).
. It also looks like there is going to be no fourth wave …. Fauci tamps down fears of another coronavirus wave (The Hill).Original Article

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