The vaccine against Govt-19 has prevented about 60,000 deaths in the UK. In a radio interview today, British government medical expert Jonathan van-Tom spoke of the “truly huge” success.
However, the BBC’s commentary notes that the number of survivors is slightly exaggerated.
Based on an analysis by the Van-Tom Public Health Office, it sought to answer the question of how many corona virus deaths occur without vaccines and without the introduction of new anti-infective controls.
“However, it is not surprising that such a model suggests that vaccines could have saved tens of thousands of lives in the UK alone.” BBC analyst Robert Cuff evaluates. He said that while the death rate from the number of diseases recorded this year could be used simply, the difference in the number of deaths could be in the thousands.
According to the RP, the vaccine has prevented approximately 22 million SARS-CoV-2 infections. Radio 1 reported on the ratings on Radio 1 talk show, which was attended by people who were concerned about the Govt-19 vaccine.
Among other things, the government adviser on the broadcast said that as more and more residents are being vaccinated, the possibility of a new “lockout” is diminishing.
Britain tops the list of vaccinated populations, with nearly 90 per cent of adults receiving at least one dose of the vaccine, while 71.4 per cent of the adult population has been vaccinated.
The United Kingdom launched the vaccine campaign in the first half of December, the first country in the world to allow the use of the vaccine from the Pfizer / Bioentech consortium.
The country, with a population of more than 65 million, has recorded 129,500 deaths since the onset of the epidemic, which occurred 28 days after a positive corona virus test. Among death certificates, Covid-19 has appeared as the leading cause of death in more than 153,000 cases in the UK.
Recently, following the new epidemic, the number of deaths related to the corona virus has increased again. However, the number of victims has not grown as fast as previous waves of the epidemic, and the number of infections has been declining over the past few days.
Today, the UK registered 31,117 new cases, down from almost 9,000 a week earlier. At the same time, for the first time in the past month, the number of hospital patients suffering from corona has dropped to just over 6,000. At the height of the winter wave of the epidemic, Britain was hospitalized with nearly 40,000.
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