16 of 18 Vienna covid intensive care patients unvaccinated

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Of the 18 Covid patients requiring intensive care in Vienna hospitals at the beginning of this week (cutoff date: August 23), 16 had not been vaccinated against the coronavirus.
The 18 covid patients include seven men and 11 women. One had received a partial vaccination, and another was fully immunized but immunosuppressed. The city of Vienna made the announcement Thursday afternoon in response to an APA query.

Vienna Covid intensive care patients: Average age 54.7 years
Immunosuppression is present, for example, in people whose immune system has been weakened by appropriately necessary therapies, such as those resulting from cancer. The average age of Vienna’s intensive care patients last Monday was 54.7 years. In each case, 16.7 percent were in their 30s or 40s, and 27.8 percent were between 50 and 60 years old.

Number of vaccinated Corona patients in Vienna hospitals.
Of the 82 in need of treatment in normal wards – 45 of them men and 37 women – 54 were not vaccinated on Monday and ten were only partially immunized. The proportion of those not fully immunized thus accounted for 82.9 percent. The average age of those with Covid-19 in normal wards was 58.5 years. 8.5 percent of those affected were older than 20 but under 40 years of age.

That vaccination against Covid-19 is effective is evident when the seven-day incidence of the fully immunized is compared with that of the nonfully immunized (persons either not immunized at all or not fully immunized, note). In calendar week 33 (Aug. 16-22), the seven-day incidence in the nation’s capital was 44.4 among the fully immunized, compared with 251.8 cases per 100,000 population among the unvaccinated and not fully protected group.

80 percent of active corona cases among unvaccinated
A breakdown of vaccination status was also available for the 4,035 active Viennese cases reported on August 23. According to this breakdown, 80 percent of those affected were unvaccinated, eight percent were vaccinated once, and twelve percent were vaccinated twice. Only two percent of active cases involved Viennese who were 70 years or older. Four percent were between 60 and 69 years old, ten percent between 50 and 59, and 14 percent between 40 and 49.

By far the most active cases were in the group between 20 and 29 years old (30 percent), followed by 30 to 39 year olds (18 percent) and ten to 19 year olds (16 percent). As many as six percent of the active cases involved boys and girls who still had their tenth birthday ahead of them.

— sources: vienna.at/APA/picture: pixabay.com

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