Devon Greyson, 2021 PEP Fellow, is quoted in an article discussing the misinterpretation of UK Covid-19 vaccine data

Articles claim public health data indicate fully vaccinated people in England were far more likely to die from Covid-19 in 2022 than those who had not received the shots. Experts have warned that the articles, published by a news site that has been previously fact-checked for publishing inaccurate health information, contains "highly misleading interpretations of that data." "We would expect the percent of deaths that are unvaccinated to shrink as the population of unvaccinated people decreases," said Devon Greyson, an assistant professor in the School of Population and Public Health at the University of British Columbia. Read more here.

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