As of today, Monday 28 June, based on the “interactive map” developed by Johns Hopkins University in the world, they are over 181 million of infected overall from coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 e 3.9 million victims. The country most affected by the pandemic of COVID-19 are the United States of America, in first place is for infections (33.6 million) and for deaths (603 thousand). Due to the spread of the pathogen, in the USA thelife expectation between 2018 and 2020 it fell by 1.87 years, 8.5 times more than in other high-income countries. Currently the situation epidemiological however, it is significantly improving thanks to the vaccination campaign, which has brought down infections, hospitalizations and deaths. According to the Our World in Data vaccination map, an impressive 322 million doses of Covid vaccine and 152 million people are fully immunized (46.4 percent of the population), which has pushed deaths from peaks of over 4 thousand victims every day of the end of January to the 100 of the last days. The people who are dying from COVID-19 in the US right now also almost all have one thing in common: they are not vaccinated.

Based on a survey conducted by the Associated Press (AP), which analyzed available data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), ben il 99 percent of victims of SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection in May had not received theimmunization. Going more specifically, of the 853 thousand hospitalizations reported for COVID-19, just under 1.200 they had received the double dose of vaccine and were therefore fully immunized. This means it About 0.1 percent. A similar proportion was also found among deaths; between 18 thousand victims of May 2021, only in 150 were covered by the two doses, equal to 0.8 percent of the total. After all, as is well known, no Covid vaccine is 100 percent effective againstsymptomatic infection; the most protective, namely vaccines a Messenger RNA of Pfizer-BioNTech e Moderna-NIAD, are around 95 percent, therefore there will always be a very small percentage of people who, despite vaccination, for various reasons can still develop the serious form e potentially lethal of the disease. All the more so in the presence of variants of concern such as the infamous Delta variant (former second Indian); in the UK, of 42 victims reported by PHE for this strain, 12 were fully vaccinated.

The numbers highlighted by the Associated Press, however, highlight the extreme efficacy of vaccines, which experts continue to strongly recommend to all suitable people. “They are nearly 100 percent effective against serious illness and death, which means that nearly every victim from COVID-19 is particularly tragic because nearly every death, especially among adults, from COVID-19 is, at this point, deleterious. all preventable, ”the new director of the CDC, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, said during a press conference. Earlier, Professor Andy Slavitt, a former councilor in the Biden administration on the COVID-19 pandemic, indicated that between 98 and 99 percent of Americans who lose their lives to the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus are not vaccinated. .

Among the many people who continue to end up in hospital for COVID-19 who did not get vaccinated when they could, “repentance” is increasingly widespread. “Most of them regret not having been vaccinated. This is a pretty common refrain we are hearing from COVID patients, ”Dr. Alex Garza, a hospital manager at the forefront of the fight against COVID, told The Associated Press. pandemic. What worries US scientists above all are the significant numbers of people who do not intend to get vaccinated, than in some counties they are posing a real risk to public health. If it is true that in some of them it is close to 100 percent of the vaccination coverage, in others it has only touched the 0.1 percent; this means that the coronavirus – and its variants – can continue to circulate freely, spread and mutate in these areas, giving rise to new lineages potentially able to further evade the efficacy of vaccines, as partially demonstrated by the Delta variant (well contrasted with only two doses).

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