Out of 164 people who died with Covid for the week ending the 30th of July 2022 in NSW, an overwhelming majority were at least double vaccinated. With 144 of 164 having had at least two shots of the Covid vaccination. That’s 87.8% of all deaths with Covid this week.
The vaccination status of all 164 deaths with Covid in NSW this week is as follows; 58 had four or more doses, 69 had three doses, 17 had two doses, 2 had one dose, 13 had no dose, and 5 had a vaccine status unknown.
A reminder for the unknown column, these are people whose details could not be matched on the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR); this could be due to a discrepancy in their name or date of birth; it must be a complete match to find the record.
Concerning Hospitalisations, there were 886 diagnosed cases in NSW hospitals; many come in with other conditions before testing positive on a PCR test whilst in hospital, so the actual reason for their hospitalisation is unrelated to Covid. To date, NSW Health has consistently failed to provide the actual number of patients who were hospitalised due to Covid and Covid alone.
Of those 886 patients, 234 had received four or more doses of the vaccine, 288 had received three or more doses of the vaccine, 144 had received two or more doses of the vaccine, two had received one dose and just two cases of unvaccinated patients in hospital with Covid this week. A further 216 were unable to have their vaccine status verified on the AIR.
There were no deaths during the week in the under 40 age bracket, with one death in the 40 to 49 age bracket, four deaths in the 50-59 age bracket, eight deaths in the 60-69 age bracket and the remaining 151 in those over 70 years of age. 65 of those 151 patients were over 90 years old.