cdc coronavirus update: Delta variant: CDC claims, people who do not get vaccinated are at risk of death!

Those who are not vaccinated are more likely to be infected by delta.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as the delta peaked in early summer, people who weren’t vaccinated were 4.5 times more likely to be infected, 10 times more likely to be hospitalized, and at risk of death. was 11 times higher. But as shown by earlier data, protection against coronavirus infection is decreasing somewhat.

Research has found that it was 91 percent effective in the spring but was reported to be 78 percent effective in June and July. One study monitored more than 600,000 COVID-19 cases in 13 states from April to mid-July. It was found in this that people who do not get the vaccine, they can be vulnerable to the deadly infection of Kovid.

Vaccine is effective even in older people

CDC Director Valensky says that more than 90 percent of people with Kovid-19 in US hospitals have not been vaccinated. The CDC released two other studies indicating a lack of safety for older adults. Researchers from a study that examined COVID-19 hospitals in nine states over the summer found that safety was 76 percent for people 75 and older, compared to 89 percent for adults.

95% of people are saved from the risk of hospitalization


Another study found that people over 65 years of age were found to have an 80 percent lower risk of hospitalization after getting the vaccine. Whereas in those aged 18 to 64, this risk is 95 percent. However, there have been some reports in the past, which showed that the vaccine is not effective against delta variants, but it is not completely clear.

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