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The number of Americans prescribed mental health medication has gone up almost 7% since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. This increase means that nearly 65 million people (1 in 5) are now taking prescription medication to help them cope with stress, anxiety or depression.
Side effects, government mistrust, necessity: There are many reasons why millions of Americans have chosen not to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Our team of analysts looked at the latest data on vaccine hesitancy to find the main reasons why people aren’t getting vaccinated.
Holiday travel in 2021 will look very different than it did in 2020. More people are expected to travel, coronavirus cases are rising, a new variant is spreading and while more people are getting vaccinated everyday, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recently issued new guidance for both children’s vaccines and booster shots.
Despite record unemployment and financially uncertain times, America’s struggle with debt showed signs of improving during the first year of the pandemic. Our team of analysts found that credit card scores improved, more people got caught up on their student loans and the number of people in debt collection has declined over the last year.
Changing economic conditions are making it more difficult for people to afford household expenses. Our team of analysts found that the number of people who said they were having a “very difficult” time paying for their usual household expenses has increased by 50% since June.
Our team of analysts at QuoteWizard looked at mobility numbers from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics and the University of Maryland. We found that states that have a higher percentage of people staying home frequently have a lower number of coronavirus cases per capita.