How is Covid-19 vaccination affecting hospital admissions, deaths? What the latest research tells us

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New research shows that low numbers of vaccinated people are hospitalised for Covid-19.

The study published in The BMJ assessed the impact of Covid-19 vaccines in hospital admissions and deaths related to the virus.

The researchers from the UK used a QCovid tool, which identifies vaccinated people who are at most significant risk of severe Covid-19 leading to hospital admission or death from 14 days after their second dose.

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