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4 major Minnesota hospitals reveal how many COVID-19 patients are fully vaccinated, unvaccinated

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While the COVID vaccines are shown to be effective albeit not bulletproof at preventing infection from the virus, their effectiveness at preventing hospitalization and death is much greater.

Four Minnesota healthcare institutions provided specific data that shows the percentage of hospitalized COVID-19 patients who are fully vaccinated, and how many are unvaccinated or partially-vaccinated.

Allina Health, which has 14 hospitals in Minnesota and western Wisconsin, reports that almost four out of five COVID-19 patients hospitalized through Sept. 20 were unvaccinated.

Its data show that of 176 COVID-19 patients hospitalized on Sept. 20, 32 were in the ICU and 21 required a ventilator. Hospitalized patients who were fully vaccinated represented 22.7% of the total, and just 15.6% of the ICU cases and 9.5% of the cases with a ventilator.
Credit: Allina Health

HealthPartners, which has nine hospitals in Minnesota and western Wisconsin, told Bring Me The News that it has cared for 338 COVID-19 patients in the past 30 days and 53 of them (15.7%) were fully vaccinated.

"Of those 53 patients, only six required intensive care, two needed the support of a ventilator and nobody died. Year-to-date, 6.3% of hospitalized patients have been fully vaccinated," a spokesperson from HealthPartners said.

Sanford Health, which operates 22 regional hospitals, is reporting that 10.1% of all COVID-19 patients hospitalized on Sept. 21 were fully vaccinated. Only two of 45 in the ICU and one of 34 patients on a ventilator were fully vaxxed,
Sanford Health

More of the same from CentraCare, which operates eight hospitals in the region. The latest data provided Thursday (it changes daily and even hourly) had six of 67 COVID-19 inpatients documented as fully vaccinated.

To recap, that's four major hospital systems that are reporting between 9% and 22% of all COVID-19 patients being fully vaccinated, with even lower percentages of vaccinated patients in the ICU or on a ventilator.

"COVID-19 vaccines continue to be our best tool in stopping the spread of infection and preventing serious illness and death," the HealthPartners spokesperson said.

Bring Me The News has requested vaccinated and unvaccinated ratios from other major providers, including Mayo Clinic Health Systems, Hennepin Healthcare and Essentia Health.

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yea so if get vaccinated, you still have about a 25% CHANCE of getting covid is what I'm getting from this. no thank you keep your experimental drugs


Maybe they should treat the patients with therapeutics and then the length of stay qould be decreased. Hospitals are not treating patients for Covid once admitted. Dr. Rand Paul reported that little tidbit the government and hospitals aren't telling you.

Dennis Gunderson

Now we want to know how many Covid were also tested for influenza. Vaccinated and unvaccinated. Because when “X” amount of people died in 2019, then compared “X” amount who died in 2020, there is virtually no change whatsoever. Curious?! Also look at the numbers of patience in 2019, and 2020 for positive influenza results. Strange that that number went down?! Not at all, it fits perfectly well with what is really going on. Political manipulation to gain power over the people. Australia is coming to America people, wait and see.


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