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According to a study, there are 18 health factors that make you more likely to die from COVID-19 after immunization
27 Jan' 21

According to a study, there are 18 health factors that make you more likely to die from COVID-19 after immunization

 

COVID mortality risk factors
Experts and health professionals have known since the onset of coronavirus infection that people with underlying health issues are more likely to get severe COVID-19 infections than those who are healthy and have no pre-existing comorbidities. This is why vaccination administration was prioritized for the elderly, immunocompromised, and those with preexisting medical issues.

Vaccination should be a priority, although outbreaks are still a possibility.
The two most effective defenses against the deadly SARs-COV-2 virus are vigilance and immunization. Clinical trials have revealed a high vaccine efficacy rate, with all COVID vaccines claiming to provide some amount of protection against the virus. However, it has been discovered that breakthrough infections can occur.  
 
when a person catches the virus despite being completely vaccinated against it, this is known as a breakthrough infection. Those who have been vaccinated either remain asymptomatic or have mild to moderate effects. Individuals who have been fully vaccinated may succumb to the virus in some situations.
 
Waning immunity amid new emerging variants is concerning
Experts believe that both natural and vaccine-acquired immunity diminishes with time. More and more cases of breakthrough infections are being recorded, particularly with novel emerging variants, such as the most infectious and prevalent Delta variant.  
 
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) claims that "Even against the widely circulating Delta variant, COVID-19 vaccinations are very effective in preventing serious illness, hospitalization, and death. However, public health professionals are beginning to notice that the Delta variation provides less protection against mild and moderate disease."   
  • As a result of such instances, discussions and debates on vaccine boosters have received a lot of traction
  • COVID-19 infection can be made more severe if you have pre-existing comorbidities
  • People with pre-existing medical issues were at high risk of developing numerous illnesses even before COVID-19
With the emergence of coronavirus, specialists believe that those who have had previous health problems are at a higher risk of getting the virus and having serious illnesses, even if they have been vaccinated. Pre-existing co-morbidities, such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and so on, have been demonstrated in studies to increase the risk of COVID hospitalization and death.
 
The study  
While COVID immunizations are vitally important, they cannot ensure that you will not catch the virus.  
A new study published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) looked at persons aged 19 to 100 years old who had had one or two doses of COVID-19 immunization and discovered that some of them were still at risk of death despite vaccination.  
 
The study's main goal was to identify risk variables for COVID severity and fatality. The study evaluated COVID-19 mortality risk and hospital admission among UK adults after one or two doses of COVID vaccinations using a risk prediction algorithm.
 
COVID mortality has been associated with these health issues, even in persons who have been vaccinated.  
According to the BMJ report, the following 18 health factors enhance the chance of COVID-19 hospitalization and mortality following vaccination. 
 
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a condition that affects the lungs.  
 
Coronary artery disease (CAD)  
  • Heart failure - Atrial fibrillation - Stroke  
  • Thromboembolism (blood clots)  
  • Alzheimer's disease  
  • Down's syndrome is a genetic condition that affects a person's  
Parkinson's disease (PD) is a neurological disorder that affects millions of people worldwide  
  • Cancer of the blood - Type 2 diabetes  
  • Sickle-cell anemia  
  • AIDS/HIV  
  • Cirrhosis of the liver - Neurological disorders  
  • Kidney illness that is chronic  
  • Epilepsy - a vascular disease of the periphery
Even so, you should get immunized.
While both vaccinated and unvaccinated people should be cautious, it is critical that everyone gets their COVID-19 vaccination. COVID vaccine advantages clearly outweigh the risks of coronavirus infection.  
 
With Delta variant infections on the rise, it's impossible to predict how dangerous the virus has become, which is why having your COVID vaccine is critical.  
 
"COVID-19 vaccines are effective and are a vital tool to bring the pandemic under control," according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. No vaccine, however, is 100 percent successful in preventing sickness. Some people who have been properly vaccinated will become ill, and some will need to be hospitalized or die.

 

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