- A new study published this month in The American Journal of Medicine claimed those unvaccinated from the COVID-19 virus were more likely to get in traffic accidents, drawing outrage on Twitter. The study’s authors suggested insurance companies should make changes to policies of unvaccinated individuals.
- “The observed risks might also justify changes to driver insurance policies in the future,” the Canadian researchers advised.
- The principal investigator for the study, Dr. Donald Redelmeier at the Sunnybrook Research Institute, claimed his research “demonstrated traffic risks were 50%-70% more frequent for adults who had not been vaccinated compared to those who had.”
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