Covid, ISS report: “Higher incidence of cases among the unvaccinated. 64% of hospitalizations in intensive care and 45% of deaths were uncovered”

Covid, ISS report: “Higher incidence of cases among the unvaccinated. 64% of hospitalizations in intensive care and 45% of deaths were uncovered”
Covid, ISS report: “Higher incidence of cases among the unvaccinated. 64% of hospitalizations in intensive care and 45% of deaths were uncovered”

A “Higher incidence” of cases in the unvaccinated population, which produced half of the hospitalized with symptoms and 64% of hospitalizations in intensive care, as well as 45% of deaths. A portion of about a quarter of the citizens, the ‘uncovered’ one, has therefore produced much larger numbers than the vaccinated trocar. It is the latest photograph taken from the full report on the progress of the pandemic published weekly by theHigher Institute of Health, returned to specify – as already done last Saturday – that thevaccine efficacy is decreasing after 6 months especially in the transmission of the virus.

“Six months after the completion of the vaccination cycle, it drops from 79% to 55% effectiveness in preventing any diagnosis symptomatic or asymptomatic “of Covid-19 “Compared to the unvaccinated”, writes the ISS, underlining however how it remains “High efficacy” in preventing “cases of severe disease, as the efficacy for vaccinated with a complete cycle for less than six months is equal to 95% compared to unvaccinated, while it is equal to82% for those vaccinated with a full cycle for over six months “. An alert, especially useful for health authorities and institutions to suggest and establish the timing of the third dose, for which the hypothesis of an advance from 6 to is becoming more and more founded 5 months away from the second injection.

The numbers (and the image in evidence, ed), however, clearly explain how vaccines remain effective, in particular against the risk of hospitalization. “In the past 30 days, they have been notified 50,564 almost (39.9%) among the unvaccinated, 3,980 cases (3.1%) among those vaccinated with an incomplete cycle, 60,407 almost (47.7%) among those vaccinated with a full course within six months, 11,215 (8.9%) among those vaccinated with a full course over six months and 537 cases (0.4%) among those vaccinated with a full course with dose additional / booster ”, writes the Istituto Superiore di Sanità. 51% of hospitalizations, 64% of intensive care hospitalizations and 45.3% of deaths – the report reads – “occurred among those who did not receive any dose of vaccine”. To understand the difference in risk, it is enough to remember that the absolute numbers of this population are decidedly lower than the over 45 million of Italians who have joined the vaccination campaign. And obviously all the unvaccinated are included under 12 non-vaccinable, which have a very low impact on hospitalizations and deaths having a lower risk of developing a serious disease.

Hence the analysis of the ISS, referring in detail to hospitalizations in intensive care and deaths in over 80, the group with the highest percentage of adherence to the vaccination campaign: “It is observed that the rate of admissions to intensive care of the unvaccinated (13 admissions to intensive care per 100,000) is approximately seven times higher of those vaccinated with a full course for less than six months (1.8 ICU admissions per 100,000) and over six months (1.9 ICU admissions per 100,000) while, in the period 24 September-24 October, the death rate in the unvaccinated (65 per 100,000) it is about nine times higher than those vaccinated with a full course within six months (7 per 100,000) and six times higher than those vaccinated with a full course over six months (11 per 100,000) ”.

As for the resumption of the viral circulation, the Istituto Superiore di Sanità underlines that the analysis ofincidence at 7 days by province evidence as “in province of Trieste reached i 590 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants, followed by the Autonomous Province of Bolzano and from province of Gorizia with 339 and 329 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants “. These are the highest values ​​of the whole Peninsula, for a set of factors. According to the ISS, in fact, in all three cases we are dealing with “provinces of confine characterized by daily flows of incoming and outgoing workers “. And he underlines: “TheAustria and the Slovenia, bordering respectively with the Autonomous Province of Bolzano and Friuli Venezia Giulia, are currently characterized by a high incidence (1,528 and 2,044 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, respectively) and by low vaccination coverage (64% and 54%, respectively) “.

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