Experts say COVID-19 vaccinations in the U.S. are going extremely well, but not enough people are yet protected, and the country may be at the start of another surge.
The U.S. reported a record over the weekend with more than 4 million COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in 24 hours, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
And the nation now averages more than 3 million doses daily, according to CDC data.
But only about 18.5% of Americans are fully vaccinated, CDC data show, and COVID-19 cases have recently seen concerning increases. Read more:
Here's an update on developments. Scroll or swipe further for in-depth coverage.
- The Paris prosecutor’s office is investigating whether French government ministers secretly dined in restaurants, which were ordered closed in October to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
- The British government says all adults and children will be able to have routine coronavirus tests twice a week to stamp out new outbreaks as it prepares to announce its next steps in lifting the nation's months-long lockdown.
- Polish hospitals struggled over the Easter weekend with a massive number of people infected with COVID-19 following a surge in infections across Central and Eastern Europe in recent weeks.
- India reported its biggest single-day spike in coronavirus cases since the pandemic began and is reporting new infections faster than anywhere else in the world.
- Retail stores across most of Greece were allowed to reopen Monday despite an ongoing surge in COVID-19 infections, as the country battles to emerge from deep recession.
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