1st vaccinations have reached 13% of the population, leaving them susceptible still of getting it, but fully vaccinated only comprise about 3% of the population. What actually is happening is more about the fact that in November and December, the virus spread far more than ever before and slowly states and individuals started taking more significant mitigation measures. The drops in the U.S. are more severe than in most other countries. As states and municipalities and individuals ease up, thinking something false like herd immunity is here, the drop rates will ease and we may even have significant increases again next month with the virus variants also spreading. Right now, we're still at very high daily rates, but thankfully much, much better than under Trump's last ugly days in office. The death rates are probably being reduced in part from vaccination of the elderly and exposed and in part from the mitigation measures decreasing infection rates. At an estimated 25-35% infected so far, roughly 110-135 million, plus maybe 35 million partly vaccinated, we still have maybe 150 million to vaccinate or get infected to get true herd immunity. Some places such as North or South Dakota may be a lot closer to herd immunity now. They paid in deaths. Had we all social distanced, we'd be within reach of the end of the pandemic with a greatly, greatly diminished death toll.