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While over 853,000 were hospitalized for COVID-19 in May, less than 1,200 of them or about 0.1% were people who were fully vaccinated, the AP found using data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Of the 18,000 COVID-19 deaths, only 150 were people who were fully vaccinated or only 0.8%. "They are [vaccines] nearly 100 percent effective against severe disease and death, meaning nearly every death due to COVID-19 is particularly tragic because nearly every death, especially among adults, due to COVID-19 is, at this point, entirely preventable," CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said during a press briefing on Tuesday.
une 28, 2021 – If you, a friend or a loved one remain unvaccinated against COVID-19 at this point – for whatever reason – you are at higher risk for dying if you do become infected. That's the conclusion of a new report The Associated Press released looking at COVID-19 deaths during May 2021. Of more than 18,000 people who died from COVID-19, for example, only about 150 were fully vaccinated. That's less than 1%.
COLUMBUS (WCMH) – Doctors said there is now more proof that getting vaccinated is the best way to protect against COVID-19. New numbers from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control show that nearly every COVID death in May was someone who had not been vaccinated. It’s been nearly seven months since those first hundred shots arrived at the Wexner Medical Center. Since then, nearly 45 percent of Ohio’s population has been completely vaccinated. ‘Science fiction’ says doctor on anti-vaccine conspiracy theories The CDC hopes the new data encourages even more people to get the vaccine. During May, it says 99.2 percent of COVID deaths were people who were unvaccinated.
Almost all COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths reported in San Diego County in 2021 occurred among residents who are not fully vaccinated, it was announced Wednesday. Data released Wednesday from the county Health and Human Services Agency shows that since Jan. 1, COVID-19 has nearly exclusively occurred among residents who are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated. They represent 99.8% of deaths, 99.88% of hospitalizations and 99.1% of cases. “The data shows what we’ve known all along. The COVID-19 vaccines are very effective at preventing serious illness and deaths,” said Dr. Seema Shah, medical director of HHSA’s epidemiology and immunization services branch. “If you have not gotten vaccinated or are missing a second shot of your COVID-19 vaccine, do be safe and limit the spread of this virus.”
Horowitz: CDC issues guidance for evaluating post-vaccination COVID tests at a lower standard Daniel Horowitz April 30, 2021 Last August, the New York Times reported that so many PCR tests were netting false positives because they used more than 30 cycle thresholds (CTs) of amplification, often as many as 40-45 before finding a positive culture.
To this day, the CDC has refused to change its guidance on the use of high CTs in determining positive results, needlessly forcing so many people, particularly asymptomatic children, into quarantine for no reason. Well, now the agency has finally changed its guidance — but only when it suits cronies. In a notice on its "COVID-19 vaccine breakthrough case investigation," the CDC announced its plan to study the prevalence of "breakthrough cases," meaning those who contract the virus even after having been vaccinated. Yesterday, former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson noticed this little gem in the guidance for determining those infected post-vaccination: "Clinical specimens for sequencing should have an RT-PCR Ct value ≤28."
originally posted by: headcheck
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