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AnninGlos Report 13 Sep 2021 12:34

Fully-vaccinated people made up just one in 200 Covid deaths in England in the first half of this year, official data revealed today.

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) identified 256 'breakthrough deaths' among the 51,281 Covid fatalities that occurred between January 2 and July 2.
More than 76 per cent of these patients were clinically extremely vulnerable to the virus, and had underlying conditions or weak immune systems

The average age of a 'breakthrough death' — when a person caught and succumbed to Covid despite having maximum immunity from two jabs — was 84

ONS report in DM.