Globally, the death toll from the coronavirus rose to nearly 266 million on Friday, while the death toll rose to nearly 5.3 million. Data collected by Johns Hopkins University, The US leads the world with the total number of COVID-19 cases at 49.1 million and the death toll at 788,364. The daily average number of cases rose to 109,822 on Sunday, the highest since September 30, and a 19% increase from two weeks ago. A New York Times Tracker, The daily average death toll rose 5% to 1,178, while hospitalizations rose 18% to a seven-week high of 58,992. Dr. Anthony Fauci, President Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser, gave an encouraging update on the Omicron edition over the weekend, saying on CNN’s “State of the Union” that more information is needed before conclusions can be drawn, with early signs suggesting that a There may not be a greater degree of its seriousness. Meanwhile, the number of Americans at least 12 years of age who have been fully vaccinated accounts for 197.7 million, or 69.7% of that population.