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(Chief scientific adviser corrects statement to make clear the 60% figure applies to the unvaccinated not double vaccinated)
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s Chief Scientific Adviser Patrick Vallance said that 60% of people being admitted to hospital with COVID-19 are unvaccinated, correcting an earlier statement he made on Monday.
Vallance earlier said at a news conference with Prime Minister Boris Johnson that 60% of people being admitted to hospital with COVID-19 have had two doses of vaccine.
“Correcting a statistic I gave at the press conference,” Vallance said on Twitter. “About 60% of hospitalisations from COVID are not from double vaccinated people, rather 60% of hospitalisations from COVID are currently from unvaccinated people.”
(This story corects as the chief scientific adviser corrects statement to make clear the 60% figure applies to the unvaccinated not double vaccinated)
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