The Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported last week that 10,262 people have been fully vaccinated in 46 states and territories where COVID-19 has been detected. Between 1 January-30 April
Although the number of cases spread is not a small one. But it represents a small proportion (.01%) of the 101 million people who were fully vaccinated on April 30.
The CDC says development cases are expected as no vaccine is 100 per cent effective, but there is evidence that a COVID-19 vaccine does. making the illness less severe for those who are sick
Of the total number of patients, 995 (10%) were hospitalized and 160 (2%) died. Of those who were hospitalized, 29% were asymptomatic or hospitalized. For reasons not related to COVID-19 Of the deaths, 18% died from unrelated causes.
The CDC also announced that it had stopped collecting data on all spreading COVID-19 cases as of May 1, partly because the data was unreliable. The agency described the number of reported cases as understated. This is because people who are vaccinated with asymptomatic or mild symptoms of COVID-19 are unlikely to be tested.
The CDC announced that it will focus on identifying and investigating only hospitalizations and severe cases for any cause. said the agency.
Some state, local and territorial health authorities may continue to report all development cases, the CDC said.
In investigating the escalating cases, the CDC plans to identify trends in patient characteristics, such as age and underlying health conditions. as well as the brands of vaccines they receive. and whether it is related to the COVID-19 virus or not
Under the new reporting model, the CDC said 1,811 vaccinated people with severe COVID-19 cases were hospitalized and another 353 died between May 1 and May 17.
Of the hospitalized patients, 25% were treated for an unrelated condition, and 18% of the deaths were for reasons unrelated to COVID-19.
Until April 30, 63% of cases developed in women. and the mean age of the patients was 58 years. The mean age of death was 82 years.
As of May 17, more than 123 million Americans were fully vaccinated. As of May 27, there were nearly 132 million as more people were vaccinated. health officials said
This story was first reported on May 28, 2021 by Stateline, a publication of Pew Charities.