COVID-19 cases among the fully vaccinated are increasing at scary rates across New York. Within the past three weeks breakthrough cases have increased by 424,315 and hospitalizations increased by 7,278.

According to the data released by the New York State Health Department as of December 13, 2021, there had been almost 230,000 breakthrough cases,

226,972 laboratory-confirmed breakthrough cases of COVID-19 among fully-vaccinated people in New York State, which corresponds to 1.8% of the population of fully-vaccinated people 12-years or older.

 

12,916 hospitalizations with COVID-19 among fully-vaccinated people in New York State, which corresponds to 0.10% of the population of fully-vaccinated people 12-years or older.

The most recent data, released January 1, 2022, shows a drastic increase over the past 19 days,

651,287 laboratory-confirmed breakthrough cases of COVID-19 among fully-vaccinated people in New York State, which corresponds to 4.9% of the population of fully-vaccinated people 12-years or older.
 
20,194 hospitalizations with COVID-19 among fully-vaccinated people in New York State, which corresponds to .15% of the population of fully-vaccinated people 12-years or older.

Taking a look at the entire month of December 2021, compared to the beginning of the month, breakthrough cases have increased by 471,785, and hospitalizations increased by 9,143.

As of November 29, 2021, there were almost 180,000 cases of COVID-19 among the fully vaccinated,

179,502 laboratory-confirmed breakthrough cases of COVID-19 among fully-vaccinated people in New York State, which corresponds to 1.4% of the population of fully-vaccinated people 12-years or older.

 

11,051 hospitalizations with COVID-19 among fully-vaccinated people in New York State, which corresponds to 0.09% of the population of fully-vaccinated people 12-years or older.

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