But at what point are there adequate Clinical Trials that would stop them from being a trial and make this an acceptable therapeutic ?
Overall, 178,982,950 people or 55% of the population have been fully vaccinated.
OCT 19, 3:15 PM EDT International Business Times....
Tuesday report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
More than 10,000 fully vaccinated adults across 46 states and territories in the United States have contracted COVID-19, according to a Tuesday report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The new information comes after the agency reported that more than 130 million Americans have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Health officials in the U.S. reported a total of 10,262 COVID-19 infections among adults who were fully vaccinated against the virus. Among these cases, 6,446 of the vaccine breakthrough infections occurred in women between the ages of 40 to 74.
The CDC report also revealed that based on preliminary data, 27% of the infections were asymptomatic, 10% of the patients were hospitalized, and 2% or 160 people died.
However, the agency noted that among the 995 hospitalized patients, 289 were asymptomatic or hospitalized for reasons not related to COVID-19.
Among the patients who died, 28 were asymptomatic or died from causes not related to the novel coronavirus. The deaths occurred in people between the ages of 71 to 89.
I just want to know when the trial stops? Will it need to be 100% getting the vax or 14 years from now?
I don't believe the article. The CDC was not even keeping track of "breakthrough" infections until just recently unless there was a hospitalization. I also don't believe only 160 people died. If there are only 160, I know one of them personally from childhood.
I do believe that it has helped reduce hospitalizations/death, but even the "experts" don't know how long that protection will last.