A study has revealed that in people who have been infected with Coronavirus before Kovid-19 anti-vaccine Only one dose of (Covid-19 Vaccine) can work. Research has done this study on the UK and South African variants of the virus, but they believe that their investigations are Brazilian (p.1) and Indian (b.1.617 and B.1.618) may also apply to formats. The study has been published in the journal Science, which states that people who have not been previously infected with Kovid-19 and have taken only a single dose of the vaccine may have insufficient immune responses to the corona virus forms .
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Researchers at ‘Imperial College London’, ‘Queen Mary University’ in London and ‘University College London’ have studied UK health workers taking the first dose of Pfizer / Bioentech vaccines at ‘Barts and Royal Free Hospitals’. They found that those who had previously had an infection and had minor symptoms or no symptoms at all, increased protection against the Kent and South African forms of the virus after taking the first dose of this vaccine.
At the same time, people who have not fallen ill with Kovid-19 before, after taking the first dose of the vaccine, the immunity was less strong and they were at risk of forms of the virus.
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Rosemary Boynton, professor of ‘immunology’ and respiratory medicine at Imperial College London and leading the research, said her study showed that people who took the first dose of vaccine and were first infected with SARS-Cove-2 They have not received complete protection from the forms of the virus. He said that this study underscores the importance of taking a second dose of vaccine to give people complete protection against the corona virus.
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