Data prove the power of weapons to treat Covid-19

People who were fully vaccinated against Covid-19 accounted for just 1.2 per cent of all Covid-19-related deaths in the UK in seven months, according to figures from the UK Office for National Statistics (ONS). this early year. Most were infected before they received their second shot or tested positive for Covid-19 within 14 days of their second shot.

This shows that the mortality rate of people who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 is much lower than that of people who have only had one shot or have not had any.

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Pedestrians walk past a memorial wall for Covid-19 victims in Westminster, London – England. Photo: PA

ONS statistics show that from January 2 to July 2 this year, of the 51,281 people who died from Covid-19 in the UK, 640 people (accounting for 1.2%) were previously fully vaccinated, including even those who were infected before they were vaccinated.

Meanwhile, three-quarters of the 51,281 deaths were particularly vulnerable patients, and about 61.1% of the deaths were men.

The ONS said the Covid-19 vaccine is not 100% effective, so fully vaccinated people still die is predictable.

In addition, experts Marion Gruber and Philip Krause at the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) say that most people do not need a booster dose of Covid-19 vaccine (the third dose). In medical journal The Lancet, these two experts warn of the risk of side effects if the booster is given too early or too widely.

“Even if booster shots are shown to reduce the risk of serious illness, the current vaccine supply could save more lives if given to unvaccinated people” – 2 experts FDA emphasized.

The US is planning a booster shot of the Covid-19 vaccine starting September 20, but needs FDA and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) approval.

Pham Nghia

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