August 23, 2021
The Statistics and Information Center of the Ministry of Health of Iran’s regime has warned of an increase in coronavirus deaths of people who have been vaccinated. This warning indicates the complete failure of the vaccination program in the country.
The death rate of people who have been vaccinated, especially citizens over the age of 60, is dozens of times higher than the world standard. The Information Center of the Ministry of Health, after examining this situation in the Scientific Committee of the Coronavirus Headquarters, has emphasized:
“Irregular spacing between the first and second doses and disregard for the type of vaccine used for the people is a risk factor for death.”
The center’s analytical report states: “So far, more than 91,000 people who received the first dose of the vaccine have been infected with Covid-19 after two weeks and have been admitted to hospitals. The average age of these people is between 60 and 90 years.”
About 8,500 of those hospitalized have died. Most of those who died after receiving the first dose of the vaccine were in the 70s and 80s. According to the report, among those who received two doses of the vaccine and are said to have been fully vaccinated, about 23,000 people were infected again.
In the past few days, with a record of more than 600 deaths per day due to the coronavirus, the record of the highest number of deaths due to this disease was broken in Iran.
The announcement of the number of people killed by the coronavirus in Iran comes at a time when many countries around the world have been able to reduce the number of deaths by extensive vaccination.
The Ministry of Health of the regime has announced that 16,049045 million people have received the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine and 5,063519 million people have received the second dose of vaccine.
Iran’s custom has announced that 24.5 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine have been imported into Iran so far. According to these statistics, the largest imported vaccine is Sinopharm, which 17,910000 million doses is so far imported in 20 shipments to Iran.
Ali Sharifi Zarchi, head of the Statistics and Information Technology Management Center, presented a comprehensive and analytical report on the number of coronavirus hospitalizations and deaths in Iran after vaccination to the Ministry of Health and said that some indicators are much higher than the statistics announced by some countries.
According to the report, out of 2,749,356 people vaccinated, 16,784 were hospitalized two weeks after receiving the second dose of the vaccine, and the ratio of hospitalized people admitted with two doses of vaccine to the total number of vaccinated people was 0.0061%.
The report emphasizes that this index seems to be much higher than the statistics announced by some countries.
The report also noted that 2,490 people died after receiving the second dose of the vaccine, of which 1,411 tested positive, 682 were negative and 397 were unspecified.
According to the report, 2,072 people who were hospitalized at least two weeks after receiving the second dose of the vaccine died.
The report reiterates that international studies claim that the risk of disease exacerbation and death is very low two weeks after receiving the second dose of the vaccine.
According to the report, considering the population of 2,749,356 people who have been vaccinated for at least two weeks, the death rate of people who have been vaccinated for more than two weeks is 753 people per million. The declared index in some countries is less than 10 people per million population.
Iraj Haririchi, deputy director-general of the regime’s Ministry of Health, said it is estimated that about 220,000 people are infected with the coronavirus daily. He based this estimate on people who do not take the coronavirus test. According to official statistics, an average of 40,000 new cases of coronavirus infection is reported these days.
He stressed that the trend of infection and hospitalizations in 14 provinces has stabilized and is somewhat declining. He said, however, that the death toll would continue to rise for the next three weeks.