Two-thirds of Major League Baseball’s 30 teams have been able to relax coronavirus protocols.
The seven-day average of new, daily coronavirus cases dropped to 13,277, the first time it has fallen below 15,000 since the first weeks of the pandemic in March of 2020, top U.S.
The daily average has dropped to one-third the average number of cases seen just three weeks ago.
►Spain this week began accept fully vaccinated Americans along with unvaccinated minor children. Austria has said it will admit Americans as long as they've had at least one round of their vaccine.
►Two-thirds of Major League Baseball’s 30 teams have been able to relax coronavirus protocols after four additional clubs qualified and raised the total to 20 franchises reaching 85% vaccinations for players and other on-field personnel
►Carnival Cruise Line said it will require passengers to have completed their COVID-19 vaccinations two weeks before boarding for the company's first U.S
David Ige extended an eviction moratorium he implemented during the coronavirus pandemic for another two months
📈 Today's numbers: The U.S. has more than 33.3 million confirmed coronavirus cases and more than 597,900 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University data
More than 139.78 million Americans have been fully vaccinated — 42.1% of the population, according to the CDC.