French Study Confirms Covid Vaccines Reduce Risk of Hospitalization and Death by 90% | World

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A French study published this Monday (11) points out that those vaccinated against Covid-19 have nine times less risk of being hospitalized or dying of Sars-CoV-2 than the unvaccinated ones. Efficacy, which also appears to be true for the Delta variant, was proven up to five months after the second dose of the vaccine. This
A French study published this Monday (11) points out that those vaccinated against Covid-19 have nine times less risk of being hospitalized or dying of Sars-CoV-2 than the unvaccinated ones. Efficacy, which also appears to be true for the Delta variant, was proven up to five months after the second dose of the vaccine.

This is the largest population-based study so far in the world. The authors analyzed data from 22 million people over 50 years of age.

The result was published in two reports by Epi-Phare, a scientific group that associates the French Medicines Agency (ANSM) and the French National Health Insurance (Cnam).

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Epi-Phare researchers compared data from 11 million vaccinated people over 50 years old, with data on 11 million unvaccinated people in the same age group. The comparison was made between December 27, 2020, when the vaccination campaign began in France, and July 20, last year.

"Vaccinated people have nine times less risk of being hospitalized or dying from Covid-19 than unvaccinated people," summarized epidemiologist Mahmoud Zureik, director of Epi-Phare. "A 90% reduction in the risk of hospitalization" was observed from the 14th day after the second dose.

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