It is predicted that 1 in 3 people are immune to Kovid-19.


While struggling with the pandemic for more than a year, ECONiX Research published a report titled “Covid-19 Pandemic First Year Assessment”. According to the report, deaths from coronavirus, which caught more than 110 million people in the world, exceeded 2.5 million. Worldwide 2.22 percent case-fatality rate, which was recorded as 1.06 percent in Turkey. As of April 12 Turkey, while 9 percent vaccination of the population through disease or vaccine experts are predicting that the passing of one of every three people immunized. Another point that drew attention in the report was the health expenditures made by our country during this period. The state has spent 10.6 billion lira for Covid-19 patients in the last year.

THE 3RD COUNTRY IN EUROPE WITH THE HIGHEST VACCINATION RATE

In the report, which recorded a worldwide vaccination rate of 3.39 percent as of March 1, the highest vaccination rate on a continent basis was seen in North America with 13.82 percent, while Europe ranked second with 8.61 percent. Vaccination rates in other continents (South America, Asia, Africa and Oceania) remained below 5 percent. Although Turkey is not a country that continued domestic production of vaccine studies, Serbia and England after a 9-percent as of April 12 had the highest vaccination rate was the third European country. It was noteworthy that this rate is above the world and European average.

“IT CAN BE SAYED THAT 33.78 PERCENT OF THE POPULATION HAS GAINED IMMUNITY”

Who headed the research team Guvench Koçkaya, from reports issued share their assessment of the motion was Turkey’s case statements.

Koçkaya said, “Unfortunately, we see that cases and deaths are increasing worldwide. The period when these rates were highest was recorded as January 2021. Turkey in the course of the day, the highest mortality rate was observed in May 2020, a decline from the month of October 2020. Although the daily mortality rates seem to be in balance as of 2021, there is a certain increase now. On the other hand, the observed mortality rate of deaths throughout the world in Turkey, we have found that up to half. When we look at possible Kovid-19 cases, we predict that the current official number of cases is 13.53 percent of possible Kovid-19 patients who have not been diagnosed. According to the severity of cases of 33.78 per cent of the population of Turkey said that the disease varies goals and won immunity by vaccination, “he said.

29 THOUSAND 332 LIRA WAS EXPENDED PER PATIENT IN INTENSIVE CARE

According to the report titled “Kovid-19 Pandemic First Year Assessment”, 411 TL was spent per outpatient, 15 thousand 424 TL for an inpatient and 29 thousand 332 TL per intensive care patient for Kovid-19. Dr. Gülpembe Oğuzhan said, “According to our calculations, the SGK, which made a total of 100.3 billion TL in health expenditures in 2020, spends approximately 22 billion TL less than the health budget, despite the additional Kovid-19 expenditures. It can be said that the decrease in hospital admissions of individuals with chronic diseases is particularly effective in this table, ”he said. According to the report, hospital applications decreased by 35.2 percent and the number of prescriptions decreased by 14.8 percent compared to the previous year.

PHARMACEUTICAL EXPENDITURES INCREASED BY 18.7 PERCENT

The report of ECONiX Research also focused on the budgets allocated for pharmaceutical expenditures and health services in the last year. Professor of the research team. Dr. Hardworking Victory “Turkey drug spending in 2020 to £ 48.3 billion, £ 52.4 billion budget allocated to health services. “There was an 18.7 percent increase in pharmaceutical expenditures compared to the previous year, and a 0.1 percent increase in healthcare expenditures.”

It was stated in the report that the increase in healthcare expenditures did not originate from university and state hospitals serving in the pandemic. Accordingly, while the average expenditure in university and state hospitals decreased by 4.2 percent, it increased by 18.7 percent in private hospitals. Dr. Güvenç Koçkaya on these figures said, “Since many patients go to private hospitals for treatment, since state hospitals serve as pandemic hospitals, the number of applications to private hospitals has increased. It can be said that the private hospital sector, which has stated with non-governmental organizations that it suffered major problems at the beginning of the pandemic, received a higher share from the SGK budget last year than the previous year.


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