回复29楼:As of the week ending October 1, 2022, the United States has lost nearly 1.1 million lives to COVID-19, of which about 790,000 are people ages 65 and older. People 65 and older account for 16% of the total US population but 75% of all COVID deaths to date. Vaccinations, boosters, and treatments have led to a substantial decline in severe disease, hospitalizations, and deaths from COVID-19, but with booster uptake lagging, deaths for older adults rose again during the summer of 2022.
钟南山的署名英文文章,2022年4月6日正式发表于《国家科学评论》（National Science Review）,题目是"中国在后新冠时代重新开放的战略"
钟南山在文章中说，"Prolonged dynamic zeroing cannot be pursued in the long run. ""长期动态清零是不可能实现的。”
The percentage of vaccinated seniors is far higher than the 67.7% of the total U.S. population that’s received at least a first dose, including 79% of those 12 and older and 80.9% of all adults.
Younger Americans are less likely to be vaccinated, with 57.3% of those ages 12-15, 64.1% of ages 16-17, 67% of ages 18-24, 70.6% of ages 25-39, 78.6% of ages 40-49 and 85.9% of ages 50-64 receiving at least one shot.
95.7% of those 75 and older (83% fully vaccinated)