away with more than 80 and RSA

Green light for the third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine NS health workersStarting with the people most at risk, and for them very fragile, otherwise Over 80s and RSA Guests. Greetings from Adnkronos Salute, the Technical Scientific Committee met on Saturday 25th September in the early afternoon.

ISS – The risk of dying from Covid in the 1980s without a vaccination against the virus increases 14 times. This is read by the report of the Higher Institute of Health updated to September 22, issued on Saturday, September 25 in the expanded form.

The data show that, in this age group, the hospitalization rate in the last 30 days of the unvaccinated is “about nine times higher than the full course of vaccination (251.8 vs 28.9 hospitalizations per 100,000 population)”.

In addition, in the 1980s “it was observed that in the last 30 days, the rate of hospitalization in intensive care for people vaccinated in the full course was eleven times lower than for those who were not vaccinated (1.4 versus 15.5 per 100,000 population) while the rate of hospitalization in intensive care for people vaccinated in the full course The mortality rate is fourteen times higher in the unvaccinated than in the full vaccinated cycle.”

In the direction of the SARS-CoV-2 epidemic, compared to the increase recorded at the beginning of July in all age groups, starting from the beginning of August, there was a strong decrease in incidence at the age of 12-19. Bezel. years and a less noticeable decrease in incidence over 20″.

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“For the population under the age of 12, currently ineligible for vaccination, the incidence has only begun to decline as of the end of August,” the report reads.

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