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Where do I find statistics about seriousness of vaccine side effects?

Where do I find the full statistics for the side effects within vaccine trials. For Novavax there's an interesting chart that shows the amount of serious side effects. I would like to see similar ...
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What is the difference in survival rate in all old people vs all healthy old people once infected with covid?

What is the difference in survival rates of people infected with covid who are members of the group defined as all people 70 years of age and older (say) compared with the group of all people of that ...
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How much more likely to die of covid, once infected, are you if you have no access to medical treatment?

How much more likely to die of covid, given that you are already infected with it, are you when you have no access to medical treatment compared to when you have access to full medical treatment ...
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How accurate is the individual number covid-19 variant cases in each state?

How accurate is the individual number of covid-19 variant cases in each state? US COVID-19 Cases Caused by Variants I am trying to estimate the risk of being exposed to the one B.1.351 variant where ...
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Is there any live tracker following the adverse events for COVID-19 vaccines?

I have seen a few trackers for the vaccination campaign: https://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/covid-vaccine-tracker-global-distribution/ https://ourworldindata.org/covid-vaccinations https://www....
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Clinical Notes database for research

My research is on extracting diagnoses from clinical notes/reports using Artificial Intelligence. I am strugling with finding good datasets that has big number of records I have MIMIC dataset but one ...
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Number of subsequent infections per case / overdispersion of COVID-19

I am aware that SARS-CoV-2 shows overdispersion, that is that many infected people cause no subsequent infections, but a small number of people cause very many infections (superspreading). The best ...
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What are the most common ways that COVID kills?

Looking at the death counts for 2020 published on the CDC's website, total deaths "involving COVID-19" were 375,581, but total deaths "involving COVID-19 and pneumonia" were only ...
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Frequency of reactions to Covid19 vaccinations

Facebook is replete with comments that 'the aftermath of the second Moderna vaccine shot was wicked', 'hit me much harder than the first' etc Understanding that many facebook postings are unreliable ...
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CDC COVID Vaccine Administration Time Series Data?

For context, in the past the CDC has published time series data of COVID case counts by State: https://healthdata.gov/dataset/united-states-covid-19-cases-and-deaths-state-over-time Now, CDC are ...
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Details on “Health Impact Events” on V-safe Active Surveillance for COVID-19 Vaccines

Some dubious websites (which I won't link) are claiming that COVID-19 vaccine caused disabilities in more than 3.000 people. As a support of this claim, they cite the table "V-safe Active ...
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Basic Questions regarding Long-COVID from COVID Symptom Study app

The study Attributes and predictors of Long-COVID: analysis of COVID cases and their symptoms collected by the Covid Symptoms Study App is a prospective observational cohort study of COVID-19 symptoms ...
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Are there already statistics about the spread of common viral diseases in the Covid-19 pandemic era?

Are there already public statistics regarding the spread of other viral diseases since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, and the application of mandatory protection rules (e.g. protection masks, ...
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Why does R_t start so high for COVID in these models?

The site rt.live is a website for tracking the Rt value for COVID-19 for states in the U.S. The Rt value is the average number of people infected by someone who is infected with COVID-19. In almost ...
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Will preventive measures of COVID-19 pandemic ever lessen to a great extent in the most parts of the world? [closed]

People always say in hard times that "this too shall pass". Is it right for COVID-19 pandemic (please see what I mean by pandemic here. My English is a bit weak so this word might not be ...
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Why Covid 19 death record shows ridge and trough?

Here's something I find interesting about Covid 19 death record: The up and down cycle must repeat itself once the horizontal timescale is sufficiently short, regardless of whether the general trend ...
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Why is the reported number of COVID-19 deaths lower on Sundays and Mondays in the US?

I was looking at the Daily Deaths from COVID-19 from Worldometers and I noticed that the number is always lower on Sundays and Mondays. Why is that? Am I interpreting the graphs correctly?
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Why has covid-19 death rate reduce over the months?

I have been following the COVID-19 news for quite some time now and there is this one thing which is just bugging my head. When I first started seeing the statistics, the death rate was at around 15% ...
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Source of COVID-19 Death toll by age group?

Does anyone knows of a dataset containing death toll data by age group? So far I had to stitch data from diverse sources and different timeframes. I've been able to infer directional IFRs from my ...
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What data and research is available on the mortality risk (infection fatality rate) of COVID-19?

Given controversy and confusion over aspects of COVID-19, particularly over comparisons and contrasts with the mortality risk of seasonal flu, I am looking for data and findings on the mortality risk (...
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Is the day-of-week variance in COVID-19 case numbers a well-established phenomenon?

Right now (April 27), the JHU data on new COVID-19 cases in the US show a very distinct weekly rhythm; reports are lowest on the weekends and peak in mid-week. This isn't at all surprising — any ...
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Patient features for COVID Study [duplicate]

The USS Roosevelt COVID outbreak resulted a significant fraction of asymptomatic carriers and provides a unique opportunity to gain insight into epidemiology dynamics. Given the well documented CVN-...
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Correlation between indoor temperatures and corona virus activity?

Had there been any research conducted on the correlation between expected daily indoor room temperatures of countries and coronavirus activity like daily new cases, mortality, and severity for the ...
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ECDC/PHE covid data clash

12 April's new daily confirmed cases for UK seem to be dramatically different: ECDC says 8719 (https://ourworldindata.org/grapher/daily-cases-covid-19?country=GBR), while PHE says 84279-78991=5288 (...
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SARS-COV-2 decay on various common substances - How to interpret?

There are two studies that I am aware of that have published SAR-COV-2 virus persistance on various substances Lancet April 2 2020 and New England Journal of Medicine Marc 17 2020. My question deals ...
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Likelihood of death from coronavirus after being admitted

Ive looked extensively but in amongst all the stats available, I cant find the proportion of people who are admitted to hospital with coronavirus but then go on to recover - any help much appreciated!
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Is preventive BCG vaccination against covid-19 close to be recommendable or is there still a lot to be done before recommending?

I've read the study: https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.03.24.20042937v1 showing that the BCG vaccination status may influence the susceptibility to covid-19 in a population. It also hints ...
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What are South Korea and Japan doing right about COVID-19?

This chart shows South Korea and Japan significantly outperforming the rest of the world in preventing spread of COVID-19. My understanding is that everyone there is wearing surgical masks in public ...
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Is there any COVID-19 LIVE web-api available?

Is there a public (free) Web-API providing live COVID-19 cases evolution per country ? By live, I mean the more recent data are available for the current day, not for the yesterday. By Web Api I ...
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COVID-19 data sets with patient-level demographic information (e.g. age)

I'm searching for data sets about Covid-19 patients, where the column "age" occurs for each patient. All the sets I find are summarized, like the one from the John Hopkins University.
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How extensive is the US Govt machine readable dataset on covid-19

How extensive is the US Govt machine readable dataset on covid-19 and where can I find this data?
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COVID 19 feed with incidences and Geo Points

I am looking for a maintained and updated data feed that has the times of all confirmed cases of COVID 19 and their Geo coordinates. Thanks.
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Where to find a database containing COVID-19 information?

Is there any global database that enables the stochastic analysis of questions such as age distribution of fatalities, etc? A Google search produced only a WHO article database: https://www.who.int/...