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The results of a survey published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) showed that the hospitalization rate of people who have not received the new crown vaccine in the United States is 29 times that of those who have been vaccinated. In addition, people who have not been vaccinated are five times more likely to be infected with the new crown than those who have been vaccinated. These data are consistent with the results of studies in the United States and other countries: Although the effectiveness of vaccines against delta mutant viruses has declined, the effectiveness of severe treatment (including hospitalization and death) is still high.
CNN reported on the 24th that the CDC investigated the situation in Los Angeles County, California from May 1 to July 25 this year. The population of this area exceeds 10 million. During the reporting period, 43,127 people were diagnosed with COVID-19. Specifically, of all the people who died from the new crown in the region, those who were not vaccinated accounted for 85%; of all critically ill patients, those who were not vaccinated accounted for 86.9%; of all patients who needed assisted breathing, those who were not vaccinated accounted for 87.3% . According to the latest data released by the CDC, as of the 23rd, more than 201 million Americans (accounting for 60.8% of the total U.S. population) have received at least one shot of the vaccine, and more than 171 million Americans (accounting for 51.5% of the U.S. total population) have been fully vaccinated.