The covid-19 did not cause hospitalization in 95% of patients who had received the Moderna vaccine. Patients who had been vaccinated with Pfizer were 80% and Johnson & Johnson 60%, respectively.
Mexico City (apro). – A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), English, shows that people who refuse to get antiviral vaccinations are 11 times more likely than those who do. .
A second CDC study found that Moderna’s vaccine was slightly more effective at preventing hospitalizations than the two other vaccines in the United States: Johnson & Johnson (Janssen), and Pfizer/BioNTech.
Rochelle Walensky, Director of the CDC, announced that the House of Representatives team had conducted the first study based on more than 600,000. Covid-19 cases from the United States between April and mid-July. Do not fight the epidemic.
“An unvaccinated person is about four and a half times more likely to contract COVID-19, more than 10 times more likely to be hospitalized, and 11 times more likely to die from the disease,” Varensky explained.
The study looked at the incidence of infections, hospitalizations, deaths, and other factors in 13 U.S. States. During this period, the Delta variant (now accounting for 99% of all covid-19 cases in the U.S.) has become the “main variant spreading in the United States”. Nation
Varensky stated that the study “provides further evidence of the power and vaccination against COVID-19,” but about 25% of Americans who meet vaccination requirements are reluctant to get vaccinated.
For the second study on whether each vaccine brand prevents hospitalization, it was based on an analysis involving approximately 32,000 patients admitted to hospitals, clinics, emergency rooms, and other facilities in the United States from June through early August. It is based on data collected in nine states. . .
It was discovered that 95% of Moderna-vaccinated patients were not hospitalized by covid-19. This is in contrast to 80% of Pfizer-vaccinated patients and 60% of Johnson & Johnson.
This conclusion is similar with the August Mayo Clinic Health System study. However, Moderna’s vaccine appears to be more effective in the prevention of disease infection. 19.
A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study released Friday found that Moderna’s vaccine is more effective at avoiding emergency room visits than Pfizer (77%), and Johnson & Johnson (87%). 65 %
Although Moderna’s vaccine is not listed in the report as having an advantage, experts have pointed out that the dose of injected mRNA is three times higher than Pfizer’s, and the time between the first dose and the second is longer. The Washington Post reports.
According to the CDC 53.3% have received a complete covid-19 vaccine and 62.4% are over 12 years.
(Information from EFE).