American research: Corona vaccines are effective against the Delta mutant


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Recent US research has shown that corona vaccines protect against severe complications when infected with the delta mutant.

وحسب France 24, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in America, said: Rochelle Walinsky told reporters Friday: “As we’ve shown in study after study, vaccines are effective.”

She added that the first study looked at hundreds of thousands of cases in 13 US regions from April 4 to June 19, that is, the period before the delta mutation, and compared it to the period between June 20 and July 17.

She explained that between the two periods, the probability of a person vaccinated against infection increased Corona Slightly (from 11 times less likely than the unvaccinated to 5 times).

And she continued, “The protection from the development of the condition to the extent that requires the patient to be transferred to the hospital and death is more stable, but it declined more among people aged 65 years and over compared to the youngest.”

She indicated that the overall effectiveness of preventing the need for transportation to the hospital was 86 percent for all age groups, but the percentage fell to 76 percent among adults 75 years and over.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, along with the Food and Drug Administration, conducts America An assessment of the need for booster doses, and it is likely that the elderly will be the first to receive them.

This coincides with the White House’s announcement, yesterday, of a new plan for the administration of… Biden To combat the pandemic in the United States, which includes imposing a vaccine on federal government employees and contractors, as well as expanding access to testing.

The plan also includes requiring all companies with 100 or more workers to either vaccinate workers or take a weekly test.

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