Still at 1,000+deaths a day on weekdays, though the full-week average is a little less than that. New cases dropped even more this week. As I have mentioned, it is over because we call it over, not because it really is - yet I don't say that is wrong.
One of the granddaughters has covid for a second time, pretty soon after the first one, illustrating that neither vaccine nor natural immunity nor both together is foolproof. We have a family Zoom call with everyone around the world (spanning ten time zones) today and I will get a count how many of the 17 of us have had covid. It's more than half, anyway.
There has been some flurry because cases are up in China, which does not have a lot of herd immunity. I don't think much will come of it, because they will do whatever it takes to their citizens to contain it. They don't look at individual rights the way that we do.
Update: 10 out of 17 have had it. 4 of the remaining 7 have frequent exposure to lots of people. We'll see.