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CDC says Pfizer vaccine is 93% effective in preventing hospitalization of children ages 12-18 : InfoQuest

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The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said the study found that vaccine against covid-19 Pfizer’s Pfizer is 93% effective in preventing COVID-19 patients. A child aged 12-18 years must be admitted to the hospital.

The CDC said the study was based on symptom monitoring of COVID-19 patients. Among them, 464 children aged 12-18 were admitted to 19 children’s hospitals across the United States between June and September. At that time there was an epidemic of the COVID-19 virus. Delta species It found that 97% of patients were not vaccinated against COVID-19, while 72% had risk factors for exacerbating the disease.

“These data indicate that increasing vaccination rates among these patients will reduce the number of severe cases in the United States.”

The report states

The results of the study are consistent with a report in Israel that found the Pfizer vaccine was 92% effective in preventing COVID-19 cases. which is a child aged 12-15 years, must be admitted to the hospital

Pfizer is currently awaiting approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to vaccinate against COVID-19. for children aged 5-11 years

By InfoQuest News Agency (20 Oct. 64)

Tags: Pfizer, COVID-19 vaccine, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), United States, children, Pfizer

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