A US study has found that people who take two doses of the Kovid vaccine are less likely to develop the corona virus. The report was published by the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States.
The report also found that those who took two doses of the vaccine at least 14 days later had a 0.01 percent chance of re-infection. In addition, the majority of those who become Kovid positive after receiving the full vaccination are found to have asymptomatic Kovid.
This is from January 1st to April 30th. By the end of April, 101 million Americans had received both doses of the vaccine. Of these, only 10,262 were again infected with covid. Of these, 27% reported covid with no severe symptoms.
Their average age is 58. Of these 10,262, only 7% needed hospitalization, the report said. According to national media reports, the study is a reminder of the importance of receiving the vaccine.
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Last Updated May 29, 2021, 8:50 PM IST