COVID-19 cases are back on the rise in the US, with more than 100,000 new cases per day

According to CDC data, new COVID-19 cases are on the rise again.
The 7-day rolling average has passed 100,000 new cases for the first time since October.

According to the CDC, the 7-day average was 106,132.
As the Delta variant continues to spread in the US, there has been a rise in cases.

The first case of the new coronaviruses variant on US soil was in California.
The variant of the coronaviruses known as Omicron may be more contagious than previous versions due to the fact that it has more than 30 mutations on its spike protein, which could help it to evade some of the benefits of vaccines or previous infections.
Most of the early cases of Omicron have been mild, but public health experts say it's still too early to say for sure.

Dr. Fauci warned that a fifth wave of COVID-19 cases may be coming.

If Americans are eligible, they need to be careful about getting vaccine and booster shots.
If the variant persists and resists the current vaccine, Pfizer and Moderna will adjust their coronaviruses vaccines to better prevent Omicron.