As part of the efforts of the Ministry of Health to enhance the transparency and the correct information of the citizens, the data of the hospitalizations are sent according to their vaccination history.
The following data of the patients are until March 8, 2022 and < strong> does not include post COVID patients who are still hospitalized.
From the following data, it appears that the risk of hospitalization of people without a history of vaccination is from 4 to 7 times higher compared to people who have a history of vaccination.
|Current hospitalizations against vaccination history ( 08 /0 3 /2022 & # 8211; do not include post covid patients who are still being treated)||%|
|No vaccination history||55%|
|Partially vaccinated *||8%|
|Fully vaccinated **||2%|
|Fully vaccinated and booster – see Table 2 (80.5% for people over 70)||35%|
* Partially vaccinated are those who received the first dose of the two-dose vaccine, those who received the two doses less than 14 days after the second dose, those who received the JJ and 14 days have not elapsed, as well as those who had received two doses and 5 months have passed since the second dose and have not proceeded to the booster dose.
Table 2: Fully vaccinated and with age-enhancing dose
|Age group||Fully vaccinated and booster||%||30-39||1||2.4%|
Table 3: Current hospitalizations by vaccination history per 100,000 population by vaccination category