The number of Covid-19 cases has been steadily increasing over the last few weeks. This number has begun to decline in recent days, but we are about to enter a much more difficult period of the year.
The number of people admitted to hospitals with Covid-19 has mirrored this; the number has gradually increased but remains well below the peak at the start of the year, despite a general upward trend.
The good news is that the number of people dying from Covid-19 is much lower in proportion to the number of cases than it was at the start of the year. The numbers are still not trivial, and they are slowly but steadily increasing.
According to recent data, an unvaccinated 30-year-old has a slightly higher risk of contracting Covid-19 than a fully vaccinated 70-year-old. There was a significantly lower proportion of hospitalized cаses аmong the double vаccinаted thаn аmong the rest of the аge group in every аge group, including those between the аges of 18 аnd 29.