A new report said 246 Michigan people who were later “fully vaccinated” against COVID-19 were found to have died, including one death.
The group that reported cases between Jan. 1 and March 31 was tested positive at least two weeks after the last vaccination, health officials told the Detroit News.
“Some of these individuals may eventually be excluded from this list for still being tested positive for a recent infection before being fully vaccinated,” spokesman Lynn Sutfin. The state’s Department of Health and Human Services said in an email on Monday.
“These cases are under further investigation to determine whether they meet other CDC criteria for determining potential advances, including the absence of a positive antigen or a PCR test less than 45 days. Before a positive test after vaccination, ”Sutfin said.
“In general, these individuals were more likely to have no or were mild symptoms compared to those who received the vaccine,” she said, adding that hospitalization data was available for 117, while 129. Not complete
“Of the 117 with hospitalization data, 11 were hospitalized, 103 were hospitalized, and three were reported unknown,” Sutfin said.
All three of those who died were 65 years or older and two more “within three weeks of completing vaccinations,” she said.
“While most of the population develops complete immunity within 14 days of completing their vaccine series. But a small proportion seems to take longer to respond to the full antibody. The CDC is actively working to better understand the risk nature of this group, ”she added.
The newly released information turns out to be COVID-19 infection in Michigan, which has given the country a steady increase in new cases as population population and authorities try to provoke problems.
The state had more than 700,000 cases on Monday, according to the Detroit News.
Last week, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said she was raising the state’s goals from 50,000 shots per day to 100,000 per day.