Double-jabbed people are 32 times less likely to die of Covid than those who aren't vaccinated

DOUBLE-jabbed people are 32 times less likely to die of Covid than those who are not vaccinated, figures reveal.

The welcome level of protection was revealed in a comparison of virus deaths rates in England by the Office for National Statistics.

Dr Peter English, a retired public health doctor, said: “These are among the best available data on the effectiveness of vaccines.

“The important message is that vaccination is highly effective against death from Covid-19. You are 32 times less likely to die if you have been fully vaccinated than if you are unvaccinated.

“And a single dose also provides some protection, although less than two doses.”

The ONS study, adding yet more evidence of the life-saving effect of jabs, looked at Covid death rates between January and September this year.

It said rates were “consistently lower” for the vaccinated among victims recorded as dying from a current Covid infection.

About 8.1million have now had a third dose to top up their immunity — following our Give Britain A Booster campaign.

Meanwhile, 40,077 cases were recorded yesterday, up ten per cent on a week before. There were 40 more deaths and hospital patient numbers rose to 7,535.

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