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COVID-19: QCovid tool's new algorithm identifies those most at-risk from coronavirus after vaccination

The QCovid calculator was used to identify an extra 1.5 million people for the government's shielding list in February this year. Now the Oxford University team has designed an algorithm to see how at risk someone is, even after two doses of vaccine.
1 month ago|London, United Kingdom

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New tool identifies most at-risk groups after Covid vaccination

While the risk of severe Covid-19 after vaccination remains low, some people remain more vulnerable than others, research shows

1 month ago|London, United Kingdom
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COVID-19: QCovid tool's new algorithm identifies those most at-risk from coronavirus after vaccination

The QCovid calculator was used to identify an extra 1.5 million people for the government's shielding list in February this year. Now the Oxford University team has designed an algorithm to see how at risk someone is, even after two doses of vaccine.

1 month ago|United Kingdom
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New tool identifies groups most at risk from Covid-19 after vaccination

A tool to calculate a person's Covid risk found older people and men are among those more likely to end up in hospital- even after they have received two doses.

1 month ago|London, United Kingdom
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Vaccinated groups at highest risk of Covid-19 hospitalisation and death identified using new QCovid tool

Researchers from the University of Oxford have today reported on findings on the vaccinated people who are at greatest risk from severe COVID-19 leading to hospitalisation or death from 14 days post the second dose vaccination, when substantial immunity should be expected.

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QCovid tool – which groups of vaccinated people are still at risk of COVID-19 hospitalisation and death?

The QCovid tool was developed by scientists in 2020 to identify risk factors for COVID-19 severe disease and death.The scientists have now developed a new algorithm which aims to predict which groups of people are most at risk of serious Covid-19 outcomes despite being double vaccinated.Their study is published in the BMJ.Journalists dialled in to this briefing to hear the scientists explain their study and the tool and discuss aspects such as:–…

1 month ago|London, United Kingdom
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