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Study: Higher mortality risk among vaccinated COVID patients

Summarised by Centrist 

A recent study highlighted higher mortality rates among vaccinated COVID patients compared to unvaccinated individuals during hospitalisation.

The study found a 70% mortality risk among vaccinated patients compared to 37% in the unvaccinated group, with unvaccinated patients showing a two times higher survival rate. 

The research analysed antibody levels and survival outcomes among hospitalised patients, noting that even after adjusting for age and health factors, vaccinated patients still faced significantly higher mortality risks. 

Amongst some of the key findings: 

People aged 50 and above who were vaccinated had a higher risk of death than those who were not vaccinated. Also, those who completed their vaccination had higher mortality rates than those who didn’t finish their shots. 

The findings challenge the perception of vaccine efficacy and raises questions about the overall impact (if there was any) of vaccinations on severe COVID outcomes.

Read more over at The Epoch Times

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