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Reports of COVID breakthrough cases among fully vaccinated people continue to rise – until June 28, the Centers for Disease Prevention and Prevention (CDC) reported 4,686 devastating cases resulting in death and hospitalization.
Joseph Kanter, LDH state health officer and medical director, said 27 people between the ages of 28 and 93 died of COVID more than two weeks after being fully vaccinated.
“These are the people who die from COVID, from complications of COVID, even if vaccinated because the vaccine is not 100% [effective] and the people who have weakens the immune system, people who are relatively young, and some people for reasons that we don’t really understand, may not be able to bring a complete answer to vaccine resistance, ”he said.
According to LDH, 1,563 breakthrough cases were recorded. On June 7, 94 fully vaccinated people were hospitalized nationwide with COVID -like symptoms.
Kanter said breakthrough cases are rare, but as infection increases, breakthrough cases are expected to rise.
It is not clear if the Delta different contributed to the sudden rise in COVID breakthrough cases in Louisiana.
More than 7,500 destructive COVID cases have been reported in California
Agreed to San Francisco Examiner, more than 7,550 successful cases were reported as of June 23 among fully vaccinated Californians.
Most of the cases were minor, but 62 people died from COVID, according to the California Department of Public Health. The California public health agency reports that 584 fully vaccinated people are hospitalized with COVID infection, but the hospitalization status is not applicable for 46% of cases after vaccination.
On July 7, state health officials reported 2,013 new infections in all Californians, including 24 who died.
Eugene Choi, a radiologist in Los Angeles, contracted COVID in June, almost six months after his first dose of Vaccine at Pfizer.
At first, “I didn’t think of COVID,” according to Choi. “I thought… OK, there must be some other flus and colds coming out of the tree.”
As Choi’s fever continued, he decided to take a COVID test and it was positive. His wife, too, is vaccinated, and their 2-year-old son also contracted with COVID.
The Nashville woman was COVID, vaccinated, COVID again
Verity Rodrigues, 41, had COVID before being fully vaccinated with Pfizer’s vaccine in February. In May, a Nashville psychologist was diagnosed with COVID for the second time.
The historic scale of the COVID vaccination effort means that thousands of people contracted COVID after vaccination, Nashville Public Radio reported. The experience has become commonplace at the CDC stopped reporting successful cases unless a patient is hospitalized or dies.
Agreed to a report at the Tennessee Department of Health (TDH), successful cases resulted in 140 hospitalizations and 20 deaths in the state. Since May 1, TDH has not counted all successful cases because the CDC “requests that serious consequences (hospitalization or death) be reported.”
Tennessee public health officials performed a random genetic sequence of positive COVID tests to track the variables, but have not determined which variant was responsible for the successful cases.
The study showed that half of adults in Israel and the UK infected with the Delta variant were completely vaccinated
As in The Defender reports June 29, a new study in the UK showed that 12 (or 29%) of 42 fully vaccinated people died after being caught the genus in the Delta. In Public Health in England technical instruction on June 25, the number rose to 43% (50 out of 117), with the majority (60%) receiving at least one dose.
“Even if the numbers are small, the fact that it’s reaching vaccinated people means… that we’re still checking how many people are vaccinated as well,” Levy said.
Levy said a third of the new daily cases occurs in people who have been vaccinated. Even if they are preliminary, the figures show that the Delta is diverse and can spread even in places like Israel where large sections of the population are vaccinated.
In a recent analysis in the Israeli government, the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID vaccine has been shown to be less effective against COVID infections caused differently in the Delta.
In a brief statement released on Monday, the government said on June 6, the vaccine provides only 64% protection against infection. In May – where the Israeli -dominated Alpha variant and the Delta strain had not yet spread much – government data showed that the shoot was 95.3% effective against all infections, Reported by CNN.
The government added that the vaccine is now only 93% effective in preventing serious illness and hospitalization, compared to 97% reported by The Lancet in May Reduced data and other details about the analysis have not yet been released.