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A BMJ study claims that 18 cases “increase” the risk of death from “Covid-19” despite vaccination!

A new study in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) claims that some people are still at increased risk of dying from “Covid-19” despite vaccination.

The BMJ study sought to identify the characteristics of people most at risk of “Covid-19” mortality after vaccination.

The researchers published a risk prediction algorithm to estimate the risks of deaths associated with “Covid-19” and hospital admissions for adults in the United Kingdom after one or two doses of the “Covid-19” vaccine.

Adults aged 19-100 years who received one or two doses of the “Covid-19” vaccine were monitored between December 8, 2020 and June 15, 2021.

The risk prediction algorithm combined data on the COVID-19 vaccine, SARS-CoV-2 outcomes and hospitalizations, systemic anti-cancer therapy, radiotherapy, and national death and cancer registries.

Of the 2,031 deaths from COVID-19 and 1,929 hospitalizations due to the disease, 81 deaths and 71 hospitalizations occurred 14 days or more after the second dose of vaccine.

The following health conditions were associated with an increased risk of death after vaccination:

• Down’s syndrome.

• Sickle cell disease.


• Cirrhosis of the liver.

• Neurological conditions.

• Dementia.

• Parkinson’s disease.

• Chronic renal failure.

• blood cancer.

• Epilepsy.

• Chronic pulmonary embolism.

• Coronary heart disease.

• brain attack.

• Atrial fibrillation.

• heart attack.

• blood clots

• Peripheral vascular disease.

• Type 2 diabetes.

A similar pattern of associations was seen in hospital admissions related to “Covid-19”.

The risk algorithms also included age, gender, ethnicity, deprivation, body mass index, and SARS-CoV-2 infection rate.

The researchers concluded that “the population-based risk algorithm performed well as it showed high levels of discrimination to identify those patients at greatest risk of death related to COVID-19 and hospitalization after vaccination.”

Despite the slight increase in risks, the benefits of vaccination far outweigh the risks posed by avoiding the vaccine.

The latest Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures show that of the more than 51,000 Covid deaths in England between January and July 2021, only 256 occurred after two doses.

They were mostly people at high risk of contracting COVID-19.

The Office for National Statistics said the figures show the high degree of protection the vaccines have against disease and death.

Some deaths after vaccination were always expected because vaccines are not 100% effective, and it takes two weeks after the second dose to build maximum protection.

Julie Stanborough, from the Office for National Statistics, said: “Our new analysis shows, unfortunately, that people with Covid-19 have died, despite being fully vaccinated. However, we also found that the risk of death related to Covid-19 is much lower. among fully vaccinated people than among those who did not receive the vaccine.