In the Russian region, they announced the absence of deaths from COVID-19 among the vaccinated

No deaths from coronavirus were recorded among vaccinated patients in the Sverdlovsk region This was announced on Monday, November 22, by the chief sanitary doctor of the Russian region Dmitry Kozlovskikh at a briefing on measures to counter the spread of infection. A recording of his speech was published in a group of local authorities on VKontakte.

“We do not have information on deaths from coronavirus infection in vaccinated people,” he said and clarified that there are isolated cases when vaccinated people died from severe concomitant diseases. The head of the local department of Rospotrebnadzor also noted that they are being studied by the commissions of the Ministry of Health.

Earlier, Kozlovskikh said that in the Sverdlovsk region over a month there was a decrease in the increase in the incidence of COVID-19 by more than 120 times. According to him, a positive trend has been observed in the region since November 1. The physician noted that the decrease in the number of new cases of COVID-19 is associated with the introduction of QR codes in the region.

The chief sanitary doctor also said that the incidence among the unvaccinated from COVID-19 is 13.5 times higher compared to vaccinated. In addition, there are practically no vaccinated people in the intensive care unit.

According to the headquarters on November 22, 35,681 cases of coronavirus were detected in Russia in the last 24 hours in 85 regions. Of the bottom 746 – in the Sverdlovsk region.