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Nearly 6 thousand Americans fell ill with COVID-19 after being fully vaccinated: 74 died

On April 15, federal authorities said about 5 Americans had contracted COVID-800, even though they had been fully vaccinated against the virus that causes it. The edition told in more detail The Epoch Times.

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Americans fell ill with COVID-19, although they received both doses of Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or Johnson & Johnson's one-time vaccine, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said.

Of the 5 fully vaccinated people with confirmed breakthrough disease, nearly 800 required hospital treatment and 400 died.

Slightly more than 40% of infections occurred in people aged 60 and over, 65% in women. The CDC declined to provide a breakdown by state, but developed a national database in which state health departments can enter, store, and manage data.

The numbers refer to cases reported prior to April 13th.

As of April 15, more than 78 million people in the United States have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

"To date, no unexpected patterns have been identified regarding case demographics or vaccine characteristics," the CDC said. - COVID-19 vaccines are effective and an important tool in containing the pandemic. All available vaccines have been proven to be effective in preventing serious illness, hospitalization, and death. However, as with other vaccines, we expect that there will be thousands of new cases reported, even if the vaccine works. ”

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CDC director Rochelle Walenski said during a Congressional hearing on April 15 that the reasons for the "breakthroughs" are being investigated.

“Some cases are, of course, associated with a dysfunction of the host's immune response. Others, in our opinion, may be associated with more infectious strains, ”she said.

The cases identified by the CDC do not include people who contracted COVID-19 less than two weeks after their last dose, Walenski said.

In March, states began reporting the number of people infected despite being fully vaccinated. Epidemiologists in Washington state have identified 217 cases, of which five have died. In Michigan, 246 cases were reported between January 1 and March 31. Three of these patients have died.

Texas, South Carolina and Oregon are among the other states with over 100 cases of the disease among residents.

Washington State Department of Health Chief Umayr Shah said: “Finding evidence of vaccine breakthroughs reminds us that even if you have been vaccinated, you still need to wear a mask, maintain social distancing and wash your hands to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We urge everyone to get vaccinated. "

Pfizer's vaccine is 95% effective in preventing coronavirus infection, according to U.S. regulatory agencies. Clinical trials have shown that Moderna vaccine is 94,1% effective and Johnson & Johnson is 66,9% effective.

Percentages are based on results from vaccine recipients two weeks after the last vaccination.

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According to Natalie Dean, assistant professor of biostatistics at the University of Florida, vaccination success rates in a population depend on many factors, including the effectiveness of the vaccine, the amount of virus circulating, and the time since vaccination.

“Like everyone else, I enjoy seeing small numbers of infections, but I know that these numbers cannot be directly interpreted as a measure of the effectiveness of a vaccine (although I have a feeling that it will be). We can only interpret them against the background of the overall indicator, - said Dean. - Likewise, illness in the elderly should not be considered an indicator of ineffectiveness for all, as the vaccine is less effective in the elderly. Most of the vaccinations were given to the elderly. Again, more information is needed to interpret. "

Dr. Anthony Fauci, longtime head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said the breakout cases were not a cause for concern.

“I think it's important to look at the denominator of the number of people vaccinated because it is very likely that the number of people who get sick after vaccination is not at all incompatible with a vaccine that is more than 90% effective,” he said. "So I don't think there is any need to worry about any shift or change in the effectiveness of the vaccine."

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