How is Pfizer, Covishield effective, reducing the risk of hospitalization, How do both doses of Pfizer, Covishield save a patient from going to the hospital with the delta variant of Corona?
Both doses of Pfizer and Covishield reduce the chances of going to the hospital.
- Exclusive study on Pfizer and Covishield, both doses reduce chances of hospital visits
- Pfizer and Covishield have been thoroughly researched by Public Health England
- 92% of patients taking both doses of Covishield vaccine do not need to go to the hospital
Britain’s Public Health England has claimed in a new research that how both doses of PFIZER and ASTRA i.e. Covishield vaccine have saved the patient from going to the hospital with the delta variant of the corona. The most important three points of the Public Health England study are
This study has been done on the Delta variant of Corona.
96% of patients who take both doses of PFIZER vaccine do not need to go to the hospital. That is, two doses of PFIZER are 96 percent effective.
92 percent of patients who take both doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca (Covishield) vaccine do not need to go to the hospital. That is, two doses of Covishield are 92 percent effective.
In this study, 14019 delta variant cases of corona were included in which 166 cases were in the hospital. Also, its study was done from April 12 to June 4. In this study, emergency admission to the hospital was taken into account.
Regarding this study, England’s Health and Social Care Secretary, Matt Hancock has said that:
There is only one way to save thousands of millions of lives from the corona epidemic and that is vaccination.
This study has proved how important it is to take both doses of the vaccine.
It has been appealed to the people that you must take both the doses of the vaccine according to your turn because this is our only way of protection.
Regarding this study, Dr Mary Ramsay, Head of Immunization, Public Health England, says that :
This important study has made it clear that if the delta variant of corona is to be avoided, then both these doses are very important because after this there may be no need to go to the hospital.
If you want to avoid the delta variant or any other variant of corona, then both doses of the vaccine will have to be taken because this is the only way.
Regarding this study, Britain’s Vaccines Minister, Nadhim Zahawi says that if the link between the delta variant of the corona and the hospital is to be broken, then there is only one way and both doses of the vaccine. Now the real question is whether this is for India. What is the importance of study?
In India, the Delta variant of Corona has caused havoc in April and May and lakhs of people have lost their lives. Yes, it is a matter of course that the number of corona cases is decreasing and the death rate is also decreasing. But the havoc still continues.
Public Health England has done a study on PFIZER and ASTRA i.e. Covishield, in which only Covishield vaccine is available in India and efforts are on to bring PFIZER.
In India, the gap of the Covishield vaccine has been kept at 12 to 16 weeks, while in the UK the gap has been reduced to 8 weeks. This gap remains a matter of controversy in India.
If the study of Public Health England is to be believed, then in such a situation the gap of vaccine will have to be reduced if we are to avoid the delta variant of corona or any other variant.
We understand that the Indian government should seriously consider this study and reduce the vaccine gap so that we can defeat Corona.
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