Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines help prevent hospitalization of DELTA variant of COVID-19
After detecting a file delta variable Coronavirus, it was reported that he received two doses of vaccines Pfizer / Biotech a AstraZeneca / Oxford Effectively protects those who are vaccinated from the hospital.
According to research from Public Health England (PH), receiving two doses of Pfizer/BionTech protects 96 percent of hospitalization Due to the Delta variant, the Oxford/AstraZeneca offers 92 percent efficiency.
This is due to “results similar to the effectiveness of Serum In preventing hospitalization related alpha variableIt appeared in December in England.
Variable Delta (India) adjusts the rules for the epidemic again.
The bad news, it’s more contagious (it’s responsible for new waves, and greater hospitalizations in unvaccinated young people).
The good news, vaccines are still working (for now there are data with Pfizer and AZ) in two doses
– Fabricio Ballarini (FabBallarini) June 14, 2021
Mary Ramsay, D Officer PH vaccination, was highlighted as ‘Very Vital to Receive Both Doses’ Once Presented for Maximum protection against all current and emerging variables.
A few days ago, it became known that people contracting with delta variable SARS-CoV-2 virus is more likely to be hospitalized than other strains.
This variant was first discovered in India, while the second corresponds to the variant in which it appeared United kingdom over the past year.
In Great Britain, cases are caused by the delta type, but deaths do not do so thanks to the vaccine. pic.twitter.com/IhgKDIRfbs
– Ramon Endart (@rindart) June 14, 2021
Those responsible for the investigation emphasized that a more comprehensive analysis of the findings would be carried out once they were combined with similar studies from the UK and elsewhere.
It is worth noting that the strain was identified in Mexico last May in San Luis Potosi Therefore, according to the reports of the region’s Ministry of Health, the patient with the variant has 40 years, a resident of the capital of Potosi and symptoms began in early April, When he was in contact with the people he visited in the United States.
Information from Agence France-Presse
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