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Are the vaccines preventing death from COVID-19?

A new study by Indiana University and RAND Corp. assessed the impact of COVID-19 vaccination and found that 139,393 deaths were prevented during the first five months of vaccination efforts in the United States.1 In a separate study by the CDC, for those that were vaccinated, only .001% (or fewer than 1 out of 100,000 of the 166 million vaccinated people in the US) who contracted COVID-19 subsequently died.  Technically, in 341(or 21%) of those cases, COVID-19 was not considered the main contributing factor to the death, further reducing the mortality rate from Covid amongst vaccinated people.

Are the vaccines reducing hospitalizations?

According to a recent study by the LA County Department of Health, fully vaccinated people were 14 times less likely to be hospitalized.

Do the vaccines reduce the chance of getting COVID-19?

The case rate for unvaccinated people is 243 cases per 100,000 people, while the case rate for fully vaccinated people is 66 cases per 100,000 people.

Do the vaccines reduce the chance of spreading COVID-19?

New data was released by the CDC last week showing that vaccinated people infected with the delta variant carry viral loads similar to those of people who are unvaccinated.