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New studies on Covid-19 were released last week by the CDC. The studies were tracking the differences between over 600,000 subjects as it pertains to the vaccination. The CDC released new studies on Covid-19 that focused on successful prevention of death between those who have and have not got the vaccine, as well as age and other factors.
The new studies on Covid-19 the CDC released last week showed that unvaccinated people are 11 times more likely to die from Covid-19 than those who have received their shots. Not only are the unvaccinated 11 times more like to die, but they are also 4.5 times more likely to get infected than those who have been vaccinated.
This new studies on Covid-19 come as the country braces for a rise in the Covid-19 variant known as Delta. Since the Summer, cases of Covid-19 have been skyrocketing.
The CDC also CDC released two additional studies on Covid-19 last week that found older adults are not protecting themselves as much as they should. One of those studies examined COVID-19 hospitalizations in nine states over the summer. The study revealed that for those patients 75 and older, 76% were protected as compared to 89% of other adults. An additional report reviewed five Veterans Affairs Medical Centers, showing that protection against COVID-19 hospitalizations was 95% among 18- to 64-year-olds and just 80% among those 65 and older.
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