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Release, the hospitalization rate is 9 times higher for unvaccinated people – health care

The hospitalization rate for unvaccinated people over 12 years of age (380 per 100,000) is five times higher than those vaccinated with a full 120-day course (84 per 100,000) and 9 times higher than those vaccinated with the vaccines (41 per 100,000). These are the data contained in the expanded report of the Higher Institute of Health (issue), issued today, accompanying the weekly monitoring. The mortality rate (24/12/2021/23/01/2022) for the unvaccinated is about 19 times higher when vaccinated with the booster vaccine (6 deaths per 100,000 population) while hospitalization in intensive care (31/12/2021 – 01/30/2022) 20 times greater for the unvaccinated than those with the booster dose.

“Finally, we see the infection curve bend to the right side: I think it is right to look forward with confidence to the next few weeks. Our national community has risen to the challenge of the scientific community. Vaccines and boosters work very fast.” So the Minister of Health, Roberto Speranzaat a work conference.

“Over the past few weeks, there has been a decrease in the number of reported cases, hospitalizations and admissions to the intensive care unit.” This was confirmed by the Higher Institute of Health in its expanded report accompanying the weekly monitoring. The proportion of reported cases with asymptomatic primary clinical condition, about 73%, increased slightly in the past week, while the average age of people reported in the last 14 days is 37 years, which is stable compared to the previous week.

From August 24 to February 16, 2022, 218,857 cases of re-infection were reported (3% of all reported cases). Last week it was 3.2%, down slightly from the previous week (3.4%). Since last December 6 (the beginning of the Omicron spread), an increased risk of reinfection (values ​​significantly greater than 1) has been detected in those who have recovered from Covid-19 for more than 210 days; If she has not been vaccinated or has been vaccinated with at least one dose for more than 120 days; In females compared to males (due to increased screening), in the 12-49 year age group and in health care workers. This is what emerges from the expanded report of the International Space Station.

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