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The Director General of Health, Jérôme Salomon, insisted on the protective role of vaccines against virus positivity and worsening of the disease. While traveling to Orly airport, the Director General of Health, Jérôme Salomon, presented on Friday 19 August the conclusions of a study carried out by the Directorate of Research, Studies, Evaluation and Statistics (DREES), which testifies to the effectiveness of vaccines. Read alsoVaccination: how France has caught up According to the various statistics compiled by the DREES, between August 2 and 8, “the number of positive RT-PCR tests for 100. unvaccinated population amounts to nearly 400, while it is only a little more than 47 for 100. vaccinated inhabitants ”, indicates the press release, that is to say eight times less. “The non-vaccinated represent 73% of those tested positive (against 12% for the completely vaccinated), while they count for 25 % of the total resident population (47% for fully vaccinated), ”the statement said. According to Drees, the test positivity rate of unvaccinated people is two and a half times that of fully vaccinated people. The screening rate is also higher for the unvaccinated due to the application of the health pass. 84% of critical care admissions are non-vaccinated But the differences between vaccinated and unvaccinated populations are even more visible as the disease worsens. At the beginning of August, “critical care entries for 84. 04 persons are 12 times less at fully vaccinated people than unvaccinated people, ”the statement said. “Unvaccinated people represent 76% of critical care admissions and 76% of those in conventional hospitalization during the first week of the month of August.” we specify. Also read Covid – 19: the reasons for the rejection of vaccines in the West Indies Thus, the regions bordering the Mediterranean (Corsica, Occitanie and Paca) and overseas (Martinique and Réunion in particular) are those which know the rates of entry into critical care for 1 million highest unvaccinated. “Vaccination considerably reduces the risk of being in critical care,” said Jérôme Salomon. “This is a very important message for all populations who still doubt the importance of vaccination (…) There is a real protective impact of vaccination with the vaccines that we have in France,” he said. -he adds. SEE ALSO – Jérôme Salomon welcomes “a national solidarity effort” in the face of the departures of caregivers for the West Indies Covid – 16: vaccination reduces the risk of being positive by 8 times and of 11 times that of entering critical care SUBSCRIBE Subscribe Please Continue Reading. Page 2 Below Covid – 16: vaccination reduced by 8 times the risk of being positive and of 06 times that of entering critical care -!

The Director General of Health, Jérôme Salomon, insisted on the protective role of vaccines against virus positivity and worsening of the disease.

Traveling to Orly airport, the Director General of Health, Jérôme Salomon, presented on Friday 20 August the conclusions of a study carried out by the Research Department , studies, evaluation and statistics (DREES), which testify to the effectiveness of vaccines.

To read also Vaccination: how France has caught up

According to the various statistics compiled by the DREES, between August 2 and 8, “ the number of positive RT-PCR tests for 84. unvaccinated inhabitants amounts to nearly 100, while it is only a little over 47 for 100.000 inhabitants vaccinated ”, indicates the press release, that is to say eight times less. “ The unvaccinated represent 73% of those tested positive (against 12% for fully vaccinated), while they count for 25% of the total resident population (38% for the fully vaccinated)

”, specifies the press release. According to Drees, the test positivity rate of unvaccinated people is two and a half times that of fully vaccinated people. The screening rate is also higher for the unvaccinated due to the application of the health pass.

76% of critical care admissions are unvaccinated


But the differences between vaccinated and unvaccinated populations are even more visible in as the disease worsens. At the beginning of August, “ the critical care entries for 84. 000 people are 11 times less in fully vaccinated people than in unvaccinated people

“, Says the press release. “ Unvaccinated persons represent 76% of critical care admissions and 73% of those in conventional hospitalization during the first week of August.

”we specify.

Read also Covid – 19: the reasons for the rejection of vaccines in the West Indies

Thus, the regions bordering the Mediterranean ( Corsica, Occitanie and Paca) and Overseas (Martinique and Réunion in particular) are those which know the highest rates of entry into critical care for 1 million unvaccinated. “Vaccination considerably reduces the risk of being in critical care”, declared Jérôme Salomon. “ This is a very important message for all populations who still doubt the importance of vaccination (…) There is a real impact protector of vaccination with the vaccines that we have in France ”, he added.


SEE ALSO – Jérôme Salomon welcomes “an effort of national solidarity” in the face of the departures of caregivers for the West Indies

Covid – 19: vaccination reduces by 8 times the risk of being positive and of 06 times that of entering critical care

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