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How many lives have coronavirus vaccines saved? We used state data on deaths and vaccination rates to find out

By Sumedha Gupta, Associate Professor of Economics, IUPUI
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More than 200 million U.S. residents have gotten at least one shot of a COVID-19 vaccine with the expectation that the vaccines slow virus transmission and save lives.

Researchers know the efficacy of the vaccines from large-scale clinical trials, the gold standard for medical research. The studies found the vaccines to be very effective at preventing severe…The Conversation

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