September 24, 2021

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8 times less likely to be vaccinated

According to a DREES study, the vaccine greatly reduces the risk of being admitted for intensive care if contaminated with Covid-19.

Health Director Jerome Solomon, who traveled to Darshala at Orly Airport this Friday, wished to congratulate the “National Unity Effort”, while about 300 caretakers were due to head to the West Indies, where Covit-19 is still in strong circulation. .

During his speech, the latter presented a number of data that further illustrate the benefits of the vaccine in France. According to him, “eight times less important than the vaccinated population,” citing a new study conducted in France in August, “should be allowed 11 times less important treatment.”

“The vaccine significantly reduces the risk, so this is very important news for those who are still skeptical,” Jerome Solomon said.

Proof by RT-PCR test

In fact, this Friday, a new study by the DREES (Department of Research, Research, Assessment and Statistics) confirms the Director General’s report. Taken from three main databases on the Covit-19 crisis: SI-VIC (hospitalization), SI-DEP (screening) and VAC-SI (vaccine) vaccine test positive for Covit-19 and hospital admissions. “

And the results are final. During the August 2-8 period, the number of positive RT-PCR tests increased from 50 per 100,000 vaccinated residents to 400 per 100,000 non-vaccinated residents.

“For a comparable population, the rate of positive RT-PCR tests is almost 8 times lower than for those who have been fully vaccinated,” we read in Trees’ press release.

Not much vaccination was given in intensive care

A trend confirmed by hospital admissions because the same study, over the same period, underlined that 84% of critical care admissions and 76% of regular hospital admissions work for unvaccinated people. In contrast, 9% of fully vaccinated patients represent intensive care admissions and 17% regular hospital admissions.

“Thus, for a comparable population, there are 11 times more important safety inputs among those who are not vaccinated than when they are fully vaccinated,” we learn.

In addition, to date, the document recalls that “among the general population, the proportion of those who are not vaccinated is 38% and the share of those who are fully vaccinated is 47%”.

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