London British authorities announced on Monday that Kovid-19 vaccines that are already “very effective” to nearly one-third of the population, and that the first dose reduced hospitalizations to more than 70.
Kovid-19 has killed nearly 123,000 people since the country was hit by an epidemic in Europe, with the United Kingdom focusing all its efforts on a massive vaccination campaign starting 8 December and already 66 million Residents of the country have reached more than 20 million out of a million, limited for the third time since the beginning of January.
Although, the British regulator has approved the use of vaccines developed by Pfizer / BioNTech, AstraZeneca / Oxford and Moderna, only the first two are currently being administered, with the US laboratory to deliver a dose of a third in the coming months. Waiting for
After this intense campaign of nearly two months, British health officials published the results on Monday, stating that “an injection of AstraZeneca or Pfizer vaccine (…) provided protection for over 70 years with a reduction of over 90%.” “Hospitalized”, announced the Health Minister, Matt Hancock, at a press conference.
He said, “This is very good news.”
“Detailed data suggests that protection obtained against Kovid for 35 days after the first injection is slightly better for the Pfizer vaccine than for the Pfizer vaccine,” he expressed about efficacy by countries such as Germany, France and Spain Said after the suspicion made. The British Vaccine in the Elderly.
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