More than 50 percent of people hospitalized with the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) in the United States are in 8 states with low vaccination rates.
According to data from the US Department of Health and Human Services, 51% of people hospitalized with Kovid-19 in the country are in the states of Texas, Florida, Alabama, Arkansas, from Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and Nevada.
Alabama and Mississippi are among the states with the lowest vaccination rates in the country, at 35%. In the state of Mississippi, 1,300 of the approximately 1,500 people hospitalized with Kovid-19 are not vaccinated.
On the other hand, despite these critical data, anti-vaccination opposition is increasing day by day in the country. According to shocking news from UK media, anti-vaccines have now exaggerated the situation to a level that is life threatening – so to speak.
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It turned out that when people with anti-vaccine and unvaccinated against Kovid-19 had to undergo blood transfusions in hospitals, they refused to have their blood transfused from vaccinated people. It is known that many families do not want blood taken from vaccinated people to be transfused for their children who have health problems and need blood transfusions.
The basis of these fears of people who do not want blood transfusions is that they think the blood of vaccinated people contains microchips, various genetic materials and substances used for human cloning. These people believe that through blood transfusions, microarrays or different DNA samples will enter their body.
On the other hand, most citizens who donate blood to blood centers in the United States, where most of the population is vaccinated, are people who have completed their vaccination against Kovid-19 or who have survived. disease and have antibodies in their blood.
In other words, this objection of anti-vaccines leads them to no longer find blood and puts their lives in great danger. In any case, the doctors point out that this request makes no sense because there is no information on the blood bags containing the blood to be transfused, on whom the blood was drawn and whether this person was vaccinated.