Only 1.2 percent of Britons are double-jabbed, indicating the UK’s remarkable vaccine success.
Even if you’ve been properly vaccinated, there’s no guarantee that you’ll be free of Covid complications. Indeed, the latest numbers from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) show how dangerous the virus may be, even if you’ve been double-injected.
The ONS reported 51,281 deaths with Covid in the UK in the seven months from January 2, 2021, to July 2, this year, with 38,964 of those unvaccinated. People who were fully vaccinated accounted for only 1.2 percent of all deaths involving the renowned disease over that time period, demonstrating the efficacy of the Covid vaccination program. 458 persons died at least 21 days after receiving their second Covid vaccine among those who were inoculated.
While 256 deaths had their first positive PCR test at least 14 days after their second injection among individuals who were fully jabbed.
Because no vaccine is 100 percent effective against Covid, health officials have stated that some deaths are to be expected when dealing with such a dangerous disease.
According to Public Health England (PHE), being completely vaccinated reduces your chance of hospitalization due to the Delta variation by 94%.
According to the most recent ONS data, persons who have been doubled jabbed have a considerably decreased probability of dying from Covid.
When you look at the numbers, you’ll see that almost three-quarters of the 252 Covid deaths – in those who had been doubly jabbed – happened to people who were clinically extremely vulnerable.
The findings were discussed by Dr Duncan Robertson, a data analyst at Loughborough University who has been working on Covid-19 modeling and analysis.
“The importance of being completely vaccinated is obvious from the ONS statistics.
“Full immunization provides very good – but not perfect – protection against death, whereas merely receiving the first dose provides much less.”
According to Dr. Robertson, around one million adults over the age of 60 have not yet been properly vaccinated.
Furthermore, compared to those living in the least poor districts, people living in more deprived areas are four times more likely not to be fully vaccinated.
According to the most recent government numbers, 44,048,093 persons in the UK have been doubly jabbed as of Monday, September 13.
However, now that winter is approaching, there is a concerning tendency.
The number of patients who have died in the last 28 days since receiving a positive Covid.