Authorities in Washington state said on March 30 that more than 100 people tested positive for COVID-19 despite being completely vaccinated.
Since February 1, epidemiologists have discovered proof of 102 so-called breakthrough events. That number reflects 0.01 percent of citizens in the state who have been completely vaccinated against COVID-19, which is caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus.
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SARS-CoV-2 is another name for the CCP virus.
Eight of the patients needed hospitalization, and two of them died, all of whom were over 80 years old and had chronic health problems. All of them caught the virus after being completely vaccinated for more than two weeks.
People who have been fully vaccinated have received all doses of the vaccines provided by Moderna or Pfizer/BioNTech. A single dose is a third alternative offered by Johnson & Johnson.
Further research is required, according to the Washington State Department of Health, to identify trends among people who contracted the virus after vaccination.
A positive test is used to validate the cases. Following that, investigators work to piece together the facts of what happened.
“It’s important to note that, in the vast majority of cases, any vaccine currently on the market prevents serious disease and death. People can always get vaccinated as soon as they are fit, and encourage their friends, family, and coworkers to do the same, according to Umair Shah, the state’s secretary of health.
“Finding reports of vaccine breakthrough cases teaches us that even though you’ve been vaccinated, you should always wear a mask, keep a healthy distance from others, and wash your hands to prevent COVID-19 from spreading to those who haven’t been vaccinated.”
Pfizer’s vaccine, according to US drug regulators, is 95 percent effective in avoiding CCP virus infection. In a clinical trial, Moderna’s was found to be 94.1 percent effective, while Johnson & Johnson’s was just 66.9% effective. The percentages are for the two weeks after the last vaccine.
Infections have been identified in people who were completely vaccinated in other nations.
Last week, officials in Idaho told reporters that breakthrough cases had been reported, though the total number was less than 100. Authorities in South Carolina said this week that 134 such cases have been discovered throughout the state. Hundreds of patients in Florida have contracted the CCP virus since being vaccinated for more than 14 days.
One of the health departments providing advisories regarding the breakthrough cases is the Minnesota Department of Health.
State officials informed health workers on March 2 that they are “investigating COVID-19 infections (symptomatic and asymptomatic) among people who are properly vaccinated with COVID-19 vaccine, also known as vaccine breakthrough cases,” according to the statement.
The investigation will help Minnesota health officials and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention “understand to what extent sub-optimal primary immune responses among specific groups, waning immunity, vaccine compromise, and viral mutations or variants can impact susceptibility to COVID-19 infection after vaccination,” according to the aforementioned press release.
“Because transmission of SARS-CoV-2 from vaccine breakthrough cases is uncertain, isolation (separation from others) is recommended before 10 days have passed after the onset of symptoms (or the date of the test for asymptomatic cases), symptoms are improving, and the patient has been afebrile for at least 24 hours without fever-reducing medication.”