Meanwhile, in Japan
, an observer pondered what is the evidences – thanks – of the relative hospitalizations between the unvaccinated, the partially vaccinated, and the fully vaccinated, even if they have been exposed to Coldplay.
From the State That Brought You No Police Unless They Invade My Neighborhood:
Unvaccinated 12-34 year-olds in Washington are
• 6 times more likely to get COVID-19 compared with fully vaccinated 12-34 year-olds.
• 19 times more likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19 compared with fully vaccinated 12-34 year-olds.
Unvaccinated 35-64 year-olds are
• 5 times more likely to get COVID-19 compared with fully vaccinated 35-64 year-olds.
• 19 times more likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19 compared with fully vaccinated 35-64 year-olds.
Unvaccinated 65+ year-olds are
• 4 times more likely to get COVID-19 compared with fully vaccinated 65+ year-olds.
• 9 times more likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19 compared with fully vaccinated 65+ year- olds.
• 9 times more likely to die of COVID-19 compared with fully vaccinated 65+ year-olds.
Department of Health: No Lives Matter
There are some awesome colored graphs which show the Jews are involved
the differences between case rates of the relevant populations.
Since I am Kind, I do not see a good discussion of the raw data that merits "hospitalization" for, particularly, 12-34. That age bracket is so wide Anax
's Mom is impressed. I would love to see how those numbers pan out. For example, there could be 0 cases for the 12 – 24. I do not imply that they do, but that is a question that requires answering.
Also requiring clarification is whether or not Covid infection led
to hospitalization, or was simply a comorbidity for something else, like exposure to Coldplay. Though, to be ceptimus
, pretend that it is: where positivity for Covid = "hospitalization for Covid" this should carry through all of the populations, and I am not certain that diminishes the rather significant differences between the populations.
But then I am still trying to add up mine and DJ
Moving to the Los Angeles area, which is, of course, affected by Gram
During May 1–July 25, 2021, among 43,127 SARS-CoV-2 infections in residents of Los Angeles County, California, 10,895 (25.3%) were in fully vaccinated persons, 1,431 (3.3%) were in partially vaccinated persons, and 30,801 (71.4%) were in unvaccinated persons. On July 25, infection and hospitalization rates among unvaccinated persons were 4.9 and 29.2 times, respectively, those in fully vaccinated persons. In July, when the Delta variant was predominant, cycle threshold values were similar for unvaccinated, partially vaccinated, and vaccinated persons.
This makes a bit clearer the difference between "positive" as in "infected" and "hospitalized." Again, one may wonder whether or not Covid is the proximate cause, but consider the data in the paper:
Among 43,127 reported SARS-CoV-2 infections in Los Angeles County residents aged ≥16 years, 10,895 (25.3%) were in fully vaccinated persons, 1,431 (3.3%) were in partially vaccinated persons, and 30,801 (71.4%) were in unvaccinated persons. Much lower percentages of fully vaccinated persons infected with SARS-CoV-2 were hospitalized (3.2%), were admitted to an intensive care unit (0.5%), and required mechanical ventilation (0.2%) compared with partially vaccinated persons (6.2%, 1.0%, and 0.3%, respectively) and unvaccinated persons (7.6%, 1.5%, and 0.5%, respectively) (p<0.001 for all comparisons). On July 25, the SARS-CoV-2 infection rate among unvaccinated persons was 4.9 times and the hospitalization rate was 29.2 times the rates among fully vaccinated persons.
Now excuse me, I have people from Texas to beat with an axe handle.