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Less than 0.01% of Americans who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 have contracted the disease

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), less than 0.01 percent of Americans have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

These so-called ‘breakthrough cases’ occur when people test positive for the virus at least 14 days after receiving the last dose of the vaccine, and which officials say is not surprising.

The Federal Health Agency wrote, “The CDC has received about 5,800 success cases so far.” Cnn In an email

‘To date, no unexpected pattern has been identified in the case’s demographics or vaccine characteristics.’

With more than 76.6 million Americans – 23.1 percent of the population – fully immunized against coronaviruses, this means that only 0.007 percent later fell ill – less than one percent.

Additionally, more than 123.9 million Americans – or 37.3 percent – have received at least one dose, with an average of 3.3 million shots in arms per day.

The CDC also told CNN that seven percent of those 5,800 cases – or 396 people – were subsequently hospitalized and 74 of them died from COVID-19.

The data are the first number to show how well the vaccine works in real life and – although the shots are not 100 percent foolish – it suggests that it is very rare to develop the virus after being fully vaccinated and the vaccination campaign. Has been successful.

The CDC reports that approximately 5,800 out of 76.6 million Americans were fully vaccinated against COVID-19 – 0.007% – subsequently tested positive for the virus, in addition to 123.9 million Americans receiving at least one dose. Huh.

The majority of those 5,800 cases were elderly and women, of which 7% or 396 were people - later hospitalized and 74 of them died of the virus. Picture: A nurse prepares to give Skylar Penny a shot of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine on April 14 in Claremont, Florida

The majority of those 5,800 cases were elderly and women, of which 7% or 396 were people – later hospitalized and 74 of them died of the virus. Picture: A nurse prepares to give Skylar Penny a shot of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine on April 14 in Claremont, Florida

Of the vaccines administered in the US, nearly 100 million people have received the Pfizer vaccine, more than 85 million have received Modern, and more than 7 million have received Johnson & Johnson.

Of the vaccines administered in the US, nearly 100 million people have received the Pfizer vaccine, more than 85 million have received Modern, and more than 7 million have received Johnson & Johnson.

Experts warn that the success case will continue as millions of people are vaccinated across the country.

In clinical trials, the Pfizer-BioNotech vaccine was 95 percent effective at preventing symptomatic disease, and the modern vaccine was 94.5 percent effective.

Meanwhile, real-world data showed that the Pfizer jab was 91 percent effective against all disease for at least six months and the modern vaccine was 90 percent effective.

This means that the number of people who are fully vaccinated is less than between 90 and 95 percent who may develop COVID-19 compared to unvaccinated people.

In addition, Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine trials showed 72 percent efficacy in the US, meaning those who received a one-shot job were 72 percent less likely to contract the disease.

In comparison, flu shots are less effective with approximately 40 to 60 percent efficacy, meaning those vaccinated against the flu are more likely to receive seasonal viruses, while those against COVID-19 People vaccinated in the same way contract coronavirus.

According to the CDC, about 40 percent of breakthrough infections occurred in people who are 60 years of age and older.

The agency also told CNN that 65 percent were female and 29 percent had no symptoms.

“The CDC is monitoring patient demographics, geographic location, time since vaccination, vaccine type or lot number and clustering cases since the SARS-COV-2 lineage,” the email read.

Health officials also observed that samples of people with success cases be tested so that any patient was infected with the variant.

The news comes that the Jammu and Kashmir vaccine continues to stagnate.

The CDC and the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) suggested that physicians stop using the shot after six reports – later updating rare, but severe, blood clots of up to 7.2 million.

Members of the CDC’s advisory committee delayed a vote Wednesday on vaccination practices (ACIP) as to whether they needed more data before making a decision, with many saying they recommend lifting the stagnation.

Director of the National Institutes of Health, Dr. Francis Collins pointed out that CNN may give scientists more time to investigate the relationship between the vaccine and blood clots as to whether certain groups of people are susceptible.

More than three million people are being vaccinated on average every day in the US (above), but some states are doing a better job on immune residents than others

More than three million people are being vaccinated on average every day in the US (above), but some states are doing a better job on immune residents than others

T0P 10 US STATE and BOTTOM 10 US States have appointed their candidates

Top 10 states

1. New Hampshire – 53.3%

2. Men – 45.3%

3. New Mexico – 45.1%

4. Connecticut – 45%

5. Massachusetts – 44.5%

6. Vermont – 43.1%

7. New Jersey – 42.8%

8. Rhode Island – 41.8%

9. South Dakota – 41.3%

10. Pennsylvania – 40.1%

Bottom 10 states

1. Mississippi – 28.1%

2. Alabama – 28.7%

3. Louisiana – 29.9%

4. Tennessee – 30.4%

5. Georgia – 30.6%

6. Idaho – 31.1%

7. Indiana – 31.3%

8. Wyoming – 31.4%

9. Arkansas – 31.6%

10. Missouri – 32%

Percentages indicate the share of residents who have received at least one dose.

Source: CDC / Bloomberg

Collins said he does not believe the stagnation will slow the US mass vaccination campaign.

In fact, Collins said, the supply of the J&K vaccine was the smallest of the three and it was not particularly important to get us to the point where everyone should be vaccinated by the end of May or certainly by June. Facility will be available.

This, despite Jeff Zients, the White House COVID-19 Response Coordinator, noting during a press conference on Wednesday that the daily average would have an impact in a very short period of time … as sites and appointments transition from Johnson & Johnson. Modern and Pfizer vaccines. ‘

What’s more, Surgeon General Drs. Vivek Murthy told CNN that Americans should not be concerned about the stagnation because it shows that the American vaccine protection system is operating the way it was intended to.

“Our confidence in these vaccines is still high … We want to make sure that the investigation is thorough,” he said.

However, the hesitation of the vaccine still evident in the US and parts of the state that are struggling with vaccination and conflict has begun to look like a political map of the nation: deeply divided between red and blue states.

According to data from the CDC and Bloomberg, New Hampshire is doing the best when it comes to the percentage of residents who received at least one dose, with 53.3 percent.

The top five roundings are Maine, New Mexico, Connecticut and Massachusetts, which have all given initial shots to at least 44 percent of adult people.

All have a history of voting Democratic and supported President Joe Biden in the 2020 election.

At the bottom are five states where less than 31 percent of people have their sleeves up for a shot. The state receiving at least one dose is Wort Mississippi, with just 28.1 percent of adults.

Three of the bottom five – Alabama, Louisiana and Tennessee – voted for lean Republicans and Donald Trump last fall.

The fifth is Georgia, which has a Republican governor and has supported GOP presidential candidates before supporting Biden for nearly three decades.

Emerging Pattern: US Blue states that lean Democratic appear to be vaccinated at more robust rates, while red Republicans are more hesitant in states.

‘We can draw a conclusion that the red states and voters who voted for Trump are going to be more difficult to vaccinate because we have real good survey data to support them,’ Professor of Public Health and Management at Yellow School, Dr. . Howard Forman. Told the Associated Press of Medicine.

Foreman warned that in most US states, which receive vaccine shipments by population, Schott’s demand still exceeds supply, so it’s hard to know how many people are opposing everyone until Schott They do not get

But if states soon start seeing significant numbers of incomplete appointments with many people, he said the consequences could be dire.

On Wednesday at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Professor of Preventive Medicine and Infectious Diseases, Dr. William Scheffner told DailyMail.com He is already looking into the vaccine’s hesitant effects in his state of Tennessee – only 30.4 percent of people have received at least one shot – and encourages everyone to get the vaccine when it becomes available to them is.

‘Kovid continues to spread. It continues to keep people in the hospital, even younger people. ‘

‘The way we can all protect ourselves, our family and our neighbors all have to be vaccinated as soon as possible.’

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