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Shocking new figures show stark number of unvaccinated patients requiring critical care for Covid-19
Boosted patients made up a tiny proportion of admissions for the most serious care
New figures show the stark number of unvaccinated patients requiring critical care for coronavirus.
A study, published by the Intensive Care National Audit and Research Centre documents the vast differences in care required for people who have been jabbed compared to those who haven't
The statistics show the number of people in the UK who needed to be admitted to intensive care with Covid-19 from May to December 2021 based on their vaccine status.
Boosted patients made up a tiny proportion of admissions for the most serious care, with a small number of double-vaccinated patients requiring ICU.
The vast majority of patients needing to be treated in critical care units were unvaccinated.
For those aged 18 to 29, the rate of admission to critical care per 100,000 for those unvaccinated was 0.5, and for those who were double vaccinated 0.1
In the 30 to 39 bracket, the rate went up to 1.6 per 100,000 for unvaccinated patients, and stayed the same at 0.1 for those double jabbed.
Critical care admissions for those aged between 40 to 49 went up to 3.7 per 100,000 if unvaccinated, 0.3 if double vaccinated, and 0.3 if they had received a booster jab.
For patients aged 50-59 the rate admission was 12.1 per 100,000 if unvaccinated, 0.4 if double vaccinated, and 0.2 if boosted.
The figures shot up for those aged 60 to 69, with 40.9 per 100,000 admissions to critical care being unvaccinated.
Just 0.7 per 100,000 were double vaccinated, and 0.4 if they had received the booster.
For those aged 70 and over, 10 per 100,000 admissions were unvaccinated, 0.6 were double jabbed and 0.2 had received the booster.
In Greater Manchester, some hospitals are currently the country's worst hit by coronavirus admissions.
Hospitals in Bolton NHS Foundation Trust and the Northern Care Alliance have seen rates of Covid hospitalisations soar, according to the figures from NHS England, the UK Health Security Agency and the Office of National Statistics.