in the meantime Briefing reporter Regarding the coronavirus pandemic on Tuesday, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Director of Prevention Rochelle Warrensky visualized data further showing the reduced risk faced by inpatients after being vaccinated with COVID-19. I emphasized.
Based on CDC data created by Walensky Said Is from a sample of nationally representative hospitals covering about 10% of the country’s population, and COVID-19-related hospitalization rates from January to July of this year were vaccinated. Unvaccinated adults were 17 times more likely than adults. Perhaps even more surprising, this graphic shows that even though the delta variant caused more breakthrough infections than expected, the hospitalization rate of those who received the shot increased slightly over time.
Walensky also mentioned CDC reportIn Los Angeles, between May and July, unvaccinated people were found to be almost five times more likely to be infected with the coronavirus and 29 times more likely to be hospitalized than their vaccinated peers. I did.Read the entire report here..
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