According to early data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, so far, 5,800 cases of infection in fully vaccinated people have been reported, of which 396 required hospitalization and 74 of them died of the disease. 40% of cases involve people 60 years of age or older, and asymptomatic infection accounts for one third.
Since the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the emergency use of Pfizer (BionTech) and Monaco (Moderna) anti-Covid mRna vaccine and Johnson & Johnson (Johnson & Johnson) viral vector single dose (suspension of use since April 14 last year ) Since then, in the United States about 5,800 SARS-Cov-2 coronavirus infections among fully vaccinated personsAmong them, 396 (7%) required hospitalization, while 74 (1.3%) died of the disease. These are the first batch of data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which is the federal agency for public health affairs in the United States, and is currently working on the basis of patient age and sex, geographic area, type of vaccinations, variants and Other factors to determine which people are most vulnerable to infection despite being vaccinated. “To date, no unexpected patterns have been identified in demographic characteristics or vaccination characteristics“Explain to CDC.
The recorded infections in the vaccinated population involved all age groups that can be vaccinated. “However, only over 40% of people are over 60 years old“Indicating CDC. Most infections (65%) are female infections. Overall, 29% of infections are asymptomatic.”CDC will track the reported cases based on the patient’s demographic information, geographic location, time of vaccination, vaccine type, batch number and SARS-Cov-2 lineage for summaryAdded a US agent.Positive samples will be tested Check how many cases are caused by variants, And if so, what variants are involved. “The CDC has developed a national post-vaccination infection database. Inspectors from the Ministry of Health can currently enter, store and manage case data in their professional fields.“.
To date, more than 225 million doses of vaccine have been distributed in the United States, of which 198 million doses have been administered. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 78.5 million Americans have received full vaccination, accounting for 23.6% of the population.However, case reports after Covid-19 vaccination limit the latest numbers of vaccine doses used, so even if not most, there are many (if not most) reported cases that have occurred in the previous few weeks, which indicates that it has occurred. infection In 0.008% of the immunized population.
Total representative A small percentage of immunized people. As we all know, current vaccines cannot prevent infection, but can effectively prevent the symptomatic form of Covid-19. Pfizer/BioNTech serum was found to be 95% effective against symptomatic diseases in clinical trials. The two companies said earlier this month that actual data in the United States showed that 91% of symptoms are free from symptoms for at least six months. Protection from sexual diseases. In clinical trials, Moderna’s vaccine is 94% effective in preventing symptomatic diseases, and 90% in the real world. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine (currently suspended in six rare cases of rare diseases involving blood clots within two weeks after vaccination) has an overall effective rate of 66% in the global study. It prevents symptomatic Covid-19 in the United States. The effective rate is 72%.