People taking vaccines are less likely to have 'long covid', claims study
The study also observed that the vaccine was found to be most effective against most chronic Covid symptoms in people aged 60 years or older.
The covid vaccine, which protects against corona infection, can also provide protection against the risk of long covid. In a new study by the UK Health Protection Agency, it has been claimed that people who have been vaccinated against covid infection are less likely to be infected with Covid.
According to the BBC report, researchers analyzed data from 15 different studies around the world and found that after taking the Kovid vaccine, some people have also been vulnerable to Kovid-19 infection, but they are at risk of infection. Been very low. However, symptoms like fatigue have also been seen in such people.
Vaccines are more effective in people over the age of 60
Some of the studies in this analysis looked at the effectiveness of vaccination and found that people with COVID who received two doses of Pfizer, AstraZeneca, or Moderna vaccines, or one dose of Janssen vaccine, were about half as infected with COVID. It was also found that the vaccine was found to have the highest effectiveness against most chronic COVID symptoms in people aged 60 years and above.
According to the UKHSA, around two percent of the UK population have reported long-term symptoms of COVID, such as fatigue, shortness of breath, and muscle or joint pain. The report states that such symptoms can last for more than four weeks after infection. It states that people who have received two doses of the vaccine against covid are less likely to have symptoms of covid or will show symptoms of covid for a shorter period of time.
Who is able to make more antibodies?
About 399 people were involved in research conducted at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in America. Dr. Josh Wolff, the associate faculty member of the hospital, says that it is very difficult to say which of the two is better. Yes, this is very difficult to say. It is also very difficult to find out what makes more antibodies than vaccines or infections. However, some startling facts have emerged from the study.
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