Report: Nearly All COVID-19 Deaths Involve Unvaccinated People

A new study found that nearly 100 percent of COVID-19 deaths happened in people who were not vaccinated.

According to an Associated Press analysis of CDC data, only 150 out of 18,000 COVID deaths recorded in May involved people who were fully vaccinated – less than 1 percent of the total.

The hospitalization rate was even lower – just 0.1% of more than 850,000 cases in May involved so-called “breakthrough” infections from vaccinated patients.

Currently, about 63% of eligible U.S. adults have received at least one vaccine dose.


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