World United Kingdom: more than 20 million people totally vaccinated against COVID-19
Got the vaccine? You can relax about your Covid-19 risk now. Really.
I asked experts about their post-vaccination lives. Most no longer worry about their own risk of Covid-19. The vaccines really are that good for your personal safety The clinical and real-world evidence for the vaccines is now pretty clear: They are extremely effective at protecting a person from Covid-19. The clinical trials put the two-shot Moderna and Pfizer/BioNTech vaccines’ efficacy rates at 95-plus percent and the one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine’s at more than 70 percent. All three vaccines also drove the risk of hospitalization and death to nearly zero. The real-world evidence has backed this up.
The United Kingdom has crossed the 20 million people totally vaccinated against the new coronavirus, nearly 40% of the adult population, on the eve of a major step in deconformation.
Thehas crossed the 20 million people of people against the , or nearly 40% of the adult population, on the eve of a major step of , according to official figures published Sunday, May 16th.
Objective to vaccinate all adults By the end of July
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine Encourages Vaccines With $1M Lottery for Those Who Get COVID Shot
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, a Republican, said Wednesday that the free lottery would give away $5 million over five weeks and would be open to only Ohio adults who have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine.DeWine introduced the lottery while announcing that the state would lift all COVID-19 public health restrictions, except those pertaining to nursing homes and assisted living facilities, on June 2. He said that the three weeks before restrictions are lifted presented an opportunity for the unvaccinated to protect themselves by receiving the vaccine, remarking that "the virus is really more dangerous than ever for those who are not vaccinated.
in detail, 20,103,658 people received two doses of vaccine since the launch of the vaccination campaign in early December, one of the most advanced in the world, and 36,573 354 received a single injection. The goal is to administer a first dose to all adults by the end of July.
"Receiving a second dose is essential to ensure that you have optimal protection against this fatal virus" , insisted the Minister of Health, Matt Hancock, in a statement.
The British government has made mass vaccination of the population a flagship measure of its exit strategy of the health crisis after long months of confinement in the United Kingdom, the most endangered country in Europe with nearly 128,000 dead.
After the reopening of non-essential terraces and shops in April, England is preparing Monday to reopen the pubs and restaurants in rooms, cultural places, hotels and stadiums with a capacity limited to 10,000 spectators maximum.
In the United States, vaccinated people can drop the mask (even indoors)
© Copyright 2021, OBS a "big day" for the most endangered country in the world with COVID-19. The Americans vaccinated can say goodbye to one of the symbols of the pandemic: the mask. For them, the health authorities have risen, Thursday, their wearing recommendation of the mask. A "big day" according to Joe Biden. "If you are completely vaccinated, you no longer need to wear a mask! Rejoiced the American president from the Gardens of the White House.
The Indian Variant is worried
This table is however darkened by local, in the northwestern of England and London, which could compromise the final phase of the deconformation according to the executive. June with the lifting of almost all restrictions. To counter its propagation, the interval between the two doses of vaccine has been reduced to eight weeks, instead of three months currently, for people over 50 and most vulnerable. According to a study by the Public Health Agency (PHE), cited by the Government, vaccination helped to avoid 11,700 deaths and 33,000 hospitalizations in England until the end of April. X1 Indian variant
The CDC’s mask guidelines are scientifically sound — if you actually read them .
Why the CDC is so confident that (most) fully vaccinated people can go maskless. The vaccines are really freaking good There’s been a lot of news coverage on the very rare instances where vaccines fail, leading to sickness, hospitalization, or death. But these events are very rare. Even the news that eight players on the Yankees tested positive for Covid-19 after being vaccinated isn’t cause for alarm on closer inspection.