HARRISBURG (AP) – PA residents who are unvaccinated against the coronavirus were far more likely to contract COVID-19, become hospitalized, and die than those who received the shot. That’s according to state health officials, who released data on so-called “breakthrough cases” in the state. The data shows that more than 35,000 people who were fully vaccinated have tested positive for the virus since January, representing only 6% of all cases statewide. More than 1,800 vaccinated people were hospitalized and 213 died — both representing a tiny fraction of all COVID-19-related hospitalizations and deaths since the beginning of the year. You can access the post vaccination data by clicking on the PA Department of Health banner below.