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UK Health Security Agency, "COVID-19 vaccine surveillance report Week 48," 28 November 2021

We present data on COVID-19 cases, hospitalisations[,]* and deaths by vaccination status. These raw data should not be used to estimate vaccine effectiveness as the data does not take into account inherent biases present such as differences in risk, behaviour and testing in the vaccinated and unvaccinated populations. Vaccine effectiveness is measured in other ways as detailed in the `Vaccine Effectiveness' Section.

Based on antibody testing of blood donors, 98.1% of the adult population now have antibodies to COVID-19 from either infection or vaccination compared to 20.2% that have antibodies from infection alone.
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vaccinated and unvaccinated populations. Vaccine effectiveness is measured in other ways as
detailed in the `Vaccine Effectiveness' Section.
Based on antibody testing of blood donors, 98.1% of the adult population now have antibodies
to COVID-19 from either infection or vaccination compared to 20.2% that have antibodies from
infection alone.

* oxford (US-Engl., Shrunk and White) comma
by Cat on Mon Dec 6th, 2021 at 08:15:10 PM EST
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