CDC Study Shows Vaccines Are Overwhelmingly Effective

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Scientists at the centers for disease control and prevention have released new evidence that shows the vaccines for cova. Nineteen continue to provide powerful protection even against the delta variant. Npr's rob stein has more the cdc's new research found that those who were vaccinated were nearly five times less likely to get infected ten times less likely they get so sick. They ended up in the hospital and eleven times less likely to die. But the three new studies found the effectiveness of the vaccines did appear to drop as the delta variant became dominant possibly because of the immunity and possibly because the variant is better at evading the immune system one study also provided more evidence that the madonna vaccine may be the most effective of the three available in the

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