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Nearly 12,000 lives saved by vaccines so far in England - analysis

Nearly 12,000 lives saved by vaccines so far in England - analysis

5/14/2021 6:30:00 AM

Nearly 12 ,000 lives saved by vaccines so far in England - analysis

LONDON - The rollout of COVID-19 vaccines in England has prevented nearly 12 ,000 deaths and more than 30,000 hospitalizations in older people, an analysis by government agency Public Health England (PHE) said on Friday.

Up until the end of April, the COVID-19 vaccination program prevented 11,700 deaths in people aged 60 or over in England, PHE said. An estimated 33,000 hospitalizations of people aged 65 and above had been avoided in the same period.The PHE figures did not cover Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland, whose devolved governments make their own policy on combatting the pandemic.

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PHE also said the estimate accounted only for the direct effects of vaccines, and "clear and increasing" evidence that vaccines help reduce transmission meant the numbers of deaths and hospitalizations prevented by vaccines was likely higher.

"The vaccine has already saved so many lives and we can now see the huge impact it has had on preventing people becoming seriously ill and therefore also protecting our hospitals," said Mary Ramsay, head of immunization at PHE.There have been 127,640 deaths in Britain from COVID-19 - the sixth highest death toll globally, according to a Reuters analysis. (Graphic on global cases and deaths) headtopics.com

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