(CNN) It’s now known that 26 states have fully immunized more than half of their citizens, and those states have the lowest Covid-19 occurrences.
2/3 Of Residents In 3 States Are Fully Immunized Unvaccinated Covid-19 Patients Flood Hospitals Elsewhere
According to a CDC report issued in 4 states Vermont, Connecticut, and Massachusetts have already been vaccinated fully. This is a positive turn up of at least two-thirds of their entire population.
According to the CDC, these three states had the fewest new Covid-19 infections per capita last week. However, unvaccinated Covid-19 patients are flooding hospitals.
In another report issued by Scott Smith, Covid patients in Florida occupy almost all the ICU beds. This means that 27 or of the available 28 beds are occupied. He claims 85% of Covid-19 patients are unvaccinated.
According to pulmonologist Dr. Hudman Hoo, Some patients in the hospital ask for the Covid-19 immunization too late.
According to US Department of Health and Human Services data released Saturday, Covid-19 patients occupied almost 43% of Florida’s ICU beds. Covid-19 patients occupied roughly 31% of ICU beds nationwide.
A new study shows vaccinations’ anti-hospitalization power. Contrary to popular belief, immunizations are very effective against Covid-19 hospitalization, based on a recent CDC study.
The study indicated that the Moderna vaccination was 95% effective against hospitalization, whereas the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine was 80% effective and the Johnson & Johnson vaccine was 60% effective.
Vaccine effectiveness against hospitalization was 76 percent for persons 75 and older, compared to 89 percent for adults under 75.
For the Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna vaccinations, at least two weeks must elapse after the second dosage, and for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, at least two weeks.
In the future, the CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky stated, the definition of completely vaccinated may change.
President Joe Biden’s newest immunization mandates have gotten mixed reviews.
US Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy says immunization regulations assist employers who want people to return to work and stay.
The Business Roundtable and others have said this will help us establish safer workplaces.
It would benefit employees as much as companies.
And I believe that will benefit public health and offer people more peace of mind, he added.
According to NIH head Dr. Anthony Fauci. Mandates from schools and businesses would help.
Fauci attributed the current Covid-19 outbreak to the extremely contagious Delta form and vaccine holdouts.
Dr. Fauci added that Unfortunately, they have a really hard-core set of people who were trying to persuade or mandate. An ex-federal health officer says effective testing can prevent Covid-19 outbreaks and quarantines.
Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the former FDA Commissioner, said putting students in “pods” and testing them regularly can help decrease transmission. Gottlieb told Axios on Friday that
they can employ testing to prevent quarantines rather than quarantining the full classroom by testing them serially to ensure there was no exposure that led to a downstream case.
In his statement, Gottlieb continued to state that It’s continuing to climb in school-aged children despite a decline in some older age groups.