November 30, 2021

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The European Commission published clear statistics: Slovakia is in a bad situation!  Where is the best position?

The European Commission published clear statistics: Slovakia is in a bad situation! Where is the best position?

From Thursday to midnight, lockdown is applied in Slovakia. Many operations are closed, and people have certain exceptions that allow them to leave the house. We have tens of thousands of new cases and dozens of deaths every day. However, the situation is not good in neighboring countries either – our closest neighbors are also experiencing a very strong third wave, which is causing problems not only for people, but also for the economy and health care. Many decided to reintroduce strict measures – for example, Austria imposed a stricter three-week lockdown than we did in our country, and also introduced compulsory vaccination of people.

Video archive The government has adopted a strict two-week LOCKDOWN system for everyone without exception, and a curfew is also in effect

Many experts leveled a wave of criticism of the measures, arguing that this would not be enough. The situation is really very dangerous. However, the European Commission recently came up with an interesting graph – this relates to the development of vaccination coverage in a particular country and the development of coronavirus victims. At the top of the graph are countries like Ireland, Portugal, Montenegro, Denmark and Belgium, which already have strong vaccinations of more than 85 percent. In the case of the first three mentioned, this represents more than 90% of the adult vaccination.

Source: ECDC, IG / European Commission

Unfortunately, Slovakia is at the bottom of the list with one of the worst vaccinations on the European continent. Only Romania and Bulgaria are behind us. However, it is clear from the graph that the higher the vaccination rate, the lower the number of victims per million inhabitants in 14 days. The only exceptions are Belgium, where they report an average of 29 victims per million inhabitants in two weeks, and Slovakia, which has the same number of casualties despite lower vaccinations.

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The European Commission has clarified

Source: ECDC, IG / European Commission

There may be several reasons, such as the fact that, compared to other countries, we have not yet reached the peak of the delta wave and started much later. However, for example, Bulgaria has an average of 325 victims with 29 percent vaccination rate and Romania with 43 percent vaccination rate per million population in 14 days. Latvia also has a large number of deaths (266) with vaccination of 66 percent – 266 victims.

“We simply knew at the time. Fully vaccinated people are less likely to die of Covid19 than those who are not. Data from many EU countries also shows that vaccinated people are less likely to be hospitalized with COVID19. Vaccination helps us against severe symptoms of COVID19,” European Commission wrote on the social network. They also added hospitalization development in three different countries with three different vaccination rates – in Ireland (93%), Luxembourg (76%) and Slovakia (54%). The same trend can be seen in all three countries – the vast majority of hospitalized patients were not immunized.

The European Commission has clarified

Source: ECDC, IG / European Commission

The European Commission has clarified

Source: ECDC, IG / European Commission