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Pennsylvania, New Jersey emerge as COVID-19 hot spots

Pennsylvania and New Jersey now trail only Michigan as epicenters of COVID-19 activity as the nation sees a wave of activity in the midst of a major push to vaccinate all citizens ages 16 and older by May 31. If accomplished, the May 31 deadline would see Americans enjoying a somewhat normal Fourth of July, officials say. In Pennsylvania, cases are rising. The state averaged more than 5,000 cases a day over the past week, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Neighboring New Jersey reported a case spike in March, but case counts in that state have since declined. New Jersey averaged more than 3,200 over the past week.

CIDRAP - April 20, 2021

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