Why Doesn't Natural COVID Immunity Count in the US?

Why Doesn't Natural COVID Immunity Count in the US?
” (Amanda Shavers/The Cullman Times via AP)

When the vaccine rollout began in mid-December 2020, more than one quarter of Americans—91 million—had been infected with SARS-CoV-2, according to a US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimate.1 As of this May, that proportion had risen to more than a third of the population, including 44% of adults aged 18-59 (table 1).

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