A woman is inoculated against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) during a vaccination event hosted by Miami-Dade County and Miami Heat, at FTX Arena in Miami, Florida, U.S., August 5, 2021. REUTERS/Marco Bello

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that more than 164 million people have been vaccinated with the two doses against the emerging coronavirus in the United States as of August 2.

According to CNN, more than 99.99 percent of the entire restaurant in the United States did not report any infection with COVID-19 that led to hospitalization or death.


This comes after 1507 cases of penetration were recorded for individuals who received the full vaccination and later died as a result of infection with the disease, at a rate of 0.001 percent of the people who received the full vaccination.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) does not provide more details about the timing of breakthroughs in vaccinated people, which means that there is a possibility of infection before the full vaccination period of 14 days after the second dose.

The US network notes that 74 percent of reported hacking cases were among elderly people aged 65 or older.

Among those who died from the epidemic after receiving a full vaccination, one in five had another disease not related to COVID-19, according to the Centers for Disease Control.

Since last May, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has focused on investigating only cases of hospitalization or deaths among those who have been fully vaccinated.

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This data comes at a time when the US government is urging people to get vaccinated against the Coronavirus.

On Monday, US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin announced in a note to Pentagon employees that vaccination against Covid-19 would become mandatory “by mid-September” for all members of the US armed forces.

President Joe Biden said in a statement that he “strongly supports” this decision, stressing that he and Austin “share a firm commitment to ensuring that our forces have all the tools necessary to do their job as safely as possible.”


And major companies in the United States decided to impose mandatory vaccination on their employees.

In contrast, Americans who chose not to get the vaccine to cite several reasons, including political beliefs and unease with such new treatments.

Some unvaccinated people who spoke anonymously to the Wall Street Journal say they have legitimate medical questions.

They fear a negative reaction in their personal and professional lives as a result of the decision not to want to receive the doses of vaccines.

They say they want more information about the potential long-term side effects of the vaccines, and they have concerns about their effect on pregnant women and their fertility.