But he said depending on one’s age, you are nine times more likely to die if you are unvaccinated than if you have had both jabs.
Professor Chris Whitty echoed these sentiments revealing Covid cases have “stabilised over the last few weeks” having risen in the wake of lockdown lifting on July 19.
But Professor Whitty said deaths are “drifting up – but slowly”.
He pointed to the slide above to reveal the risk of being hospitalised and the correlation to one’s vaccination status.
The data shows an unvaccinated person in their 30s is at the same risk as “someone in their seventies who is vaccinated”, Professor Whitty said.