Covid-19 public health emergencies are ending. What's changing?
Editor’s Note: The US’ federal public health emergency for Covid-19 is set to expire at the end of today, May 11.
The CDC will change the way it reports Covid-19 data once the federal health emergency ends, the agency announced Friday.
Starting May 11, the CDC will no longer report national aggregate weekly Covid case counts or community transmission levels, the agency said. Case counts have become less representative of actual infection rates due to increased use of home tests, changes in reporting practices and asymptomatic cases, the agency said.
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