A NEW STUDY SHOWS THAT THE RATE OF MORTALITY DUE TO OTHER NON-COVID-RELATED CAUSES IS LOWER IN INDIVIDUALS VACCINATED AGAINST COVID
A NEW Study SHOWS that the Rate of MORTALITY DUE to OTHER NON-COVID-RELATED Causes is Lower in INDIVIDUALS Vaccinated against COVID
It has recently been discovered that the rate of mortality due to COVID, or any other causes is lower for individuals vaccinated against COVID-19, compared to unvaccinated individuals.
With the new research, the COVID-19 vaccines approved in the United States have, once again, proven to be safe.
“In fact, people who received COVID-19 vaccines had a lower death rate than those who didn’t, even if you don’t count COVID deaths.” “This study, and the evidence from other studies, show that COVID-19 vaccines are effective against reinfection with COVID-19, as well as serious diseases, and mortalities.”
Researchers observed 11 million individuals, including 6.4 million having received COVID-19 vaccines, and 4.6 million having received flu shots in the last few years without having received COVID-19 vaccines. COVID-19-related mortalities were filtered to analyze the mortalities other than those due to coronavirus.
With age, race, ethnicity, gender and geographical location corrections on the data from between December 2020 and July 2021 regarding individuals who received COVID-19 vaccines; the data showed lower mortality rates due to non-COVID-19 related causes in vaccinated individuals, compared to unvaccinated individuals.
People having received two doses of the Pfizer vaccine were 34% less likely to die due to non-coronavirus related causes than unvaccinated individuals, in the months following vaccination. In addition, people having received two doses of the Moderna vaccine, or a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine were shown to be less likely to die by, respectively 31%, and 54%.
Researchers state that they intend to look more into the issue at hand; and provided the explanation that, generally, vaccinated individuals act more mindful towards healthy living, compared to unvaccinated individuals.
The research also includes their remark that “the mortality risks saw no increases among individuals vaccinated against COVID-19.” These findings have strengthened the safety profiles of the COVID-19 vaccines currently approved in the United States.