According to data released by the UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS), people who are fully vaccinated are much less likely to die from Covid-19 than those who do not or have received only one dose. In the study conducted on 51 thousand 281 people who died due to corona virus in England between January and July 2021, it was reported that 640 people (1.2 percent) who died together with those infected before being vaccinated were vaccinated for two doses. It was reported that the number of people who lost their lives at least 21 days after the second dose was 458 (0.8%), and 256 (0.5 percent) of the people whose first PCR test was positive at least 14 days after the second dose of vaccine died. . Stating that the majority of those who lost their lives were corona virus patients at high risk, the Statistical Office emphasized that the figures show that vaccines provide a high degree of protection against disease and death. ONS stated that people who lost their lives after vaccinations were generally male patients with a history of illness, with a weak immune system, and underlined that the average age of casualties was 84. Julie Stanborough of the Office for National Statistics said, “We also found that the risk of death involving Covid-19 in fully vaccinated people is much lower than in unvaccinated people.” More than 75 percent said they were clinically extremely vulnerable. In the UK, 80 per cent of people aged 16 and over have received two doses and around 90 per cent have received at least one dose. In England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales, where 26 thousand 251 cases were recorded and 185 people died, 7.28 million cases and 134 thousand deaths have been recorded since the beginning of the pandemic.