The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently released the latest data on the percentage of people infected with COVID-19 even after their full vaccination.
Recent data show that the number is still very low.
In those sums published Friday, April 30, more than 95 million Americans were fully vaccinated as of Monday, April 26.
To receive a complete vaccination, it has to be two weeks or more since receiving a second dose of Pfizer or Moderna or a single dose of Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Of the nearly 100 million people who received the vaccine, only 9,245 were infected as a result of the vaccine development. That̵7;s 99.999 performance rate.
All of the patients, 5,827 (63 percent) were women, and 4,245 (45 percent) were adults aged 60 and over.
In the preliminary data on the new patients reported in mid-April, then 77 million Americans who were fully vaccinated had 5,800 cases with an effective rate of 99.992.
The efficacy rates of the double-dose Pfizer and Moderna vaccines were approximately 95 percent in clinical trials, the J&J vaccine was 66.3 percent.
“It is important to note that reports of vaccine development cases represent a small number,” the CDC said in a statement after the latest research was published. Public health jobs, which may not be complete
In addition, not all real-world advances have been found due to the lack of testing, which is true, especially in cases of asymptomatic or mild illness. These surveillance data is overall. And help identify patterns and look for signs during vaccine development cases.
The CDC said it now publishes information on progressive cases on a weekly basis.
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