The latest figures published by the new UK Health Security Agency on Covid-19 cases, hospitalisations and deaths show that the vaccinated population still accounted for 4 in every 5 Covid-19 deaths over the past four weeks despite the fact that those deemed to be the most vulnerable to Covid-19 had received their “booster” jab.
The ‘Covid-19 Vaccine Surveillance Report – Week 48’ was published by the UK Health Security Agency (formerly Public Health England) on Thursday, 2nd December 2021, and it shows that the vast majority of Covid-19 cases between November 1st and November 28th were among the fully vaccinated population.
The totals number of cases by vaccination status as confirmed by table 8 of the UKHSA Week 48 Vaccine Surveillance report between October 11th and November 7th 2021 were as follows –
- Not-vaccinated population = 344,912
- Partly vaccinated population = 65,056 cases
- Fully-vaccinated population = 438,404 cases
This means the vaccinated population accounted for 59% of Covid-19 cases between November 1st and November 28th 2021 , whilst the not-vaccinated population accounted for 41%. However, if we remove under 18’s from the equation, many of whom aren’t eligible to be vaccinated, the figures are far worse for the vaccinated population.
The totals number of cases by vaccination status in everyone over 18 as confirmed by table 3 of the UKHSA Week 48 Vaccine Surveillance report between November 1st and November 28th 2021, were as follows –
- Not-vaccinated population = 85,038 cases
- Partly vaccinated population = 24,330 cases
- Fully-vaccinated population = 437,450 cases