Some 5,800 people who received a coronavirus vaccine still caught the disease. 396 of them were hospitalized and 74 of the vaccinated people died.
New Report from CDC on COVID Vaccines
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has come out with an interesting recent report on how effective the new COVID-19 vaccines are for preventing Coronavirus. They aren't.
If you don't get vaccinated, you have a 1.4% chance of dying of COVID if you catch the disease. If you do get vaccinated and still catch coronavirus, you have a 1.23% chance of dying of COVID-19.
According to a news report on CNN. the CDC has reported that approximately 5,800 people who received a coronavirus vaccine still ultimately came down with the disease anyway. Of those 5,800, 396 of them (roughly 7 percent) were hospitalized with COVID-19. Out of that number,74 of the vaccinated people (or 1.23%) ultimately died from coronavirus.
In other words, if you don't get vaccinated and catch coronavirus, according to many experts, you have a 1.4% chance of dying of COVID. If you do get vaccinated and still catch coronavirus, you have a 1.23% chance of dying of COVID-19.
This raises the question of just how effective these coronavirus vaccines are and points to how ineffective any suggested "Vaccination Passports" would be.
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