90,000 “preventable” Kovid-19 deaths in the US since June

In the Kiaser Family Foundation (KFF) investigation, it was stated that 90,000 deaths in the last 4 months among adults in the US who had access to the Kovid-19 vaccine but refused to apply it could be “preventable.”

It was noted that the majority of these deaths occurred due to the increase in cases of the Delta variant of Kovid-19 last month.

The KFF is reported to have been investigating all unvaccinated deaths since June to determine if these deaths were preventable.

It was emphasized that an average of 1,899 people died from Kovid-19 per day in September, which is the second largest number after deaths from heart disease, which reached around 2,000 per day.

The KFF review revealed that while there are more than enough vaccines for anyone who wants to get the Kovid-19 vaccine in the US, the number of people who lost their lives due to the epidemic between the ages of 25 and 54 in September it was much higher than in previous months.

White House coronavirus response coordinator Jeff Zients said in a statement that there was a slight increase in the vaccination rate after hospitalizations and deaths spiked in late September, but that approximately 66 million people in the United States has not yet been vaccinated even though it was. eligible.

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