Chances of hospitalisation only 0.06percent after COVID-19 vaccination:study

New Delhi, 16/5 (AO Bureau):The second wave of Corona in the country has created a furore. Every day Corona’s figures are frightening. In this battle of Corona, Vaccine is being seen as the biggest weapon. A recent study on Corona Vaccine has also revealed that 97.38 percent of the people who have been vaccinated have been protected from infection. At the same time, only 0.06 percent of those who have been infected have been admitted to the hospital.

Indraprastha Apollo Hospital on Saturday has revealed the results of a study conducted on people infected after vaccine. It has been said in the study that the chances of infection among the people who were vaccinated by corona were very low and those who got infected did not get admitted or died in ICU. Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi has done this study on those health workers. , In which the symptoms of Kovid occurred within the first 100 days of the introduction of the Covishield vaccine.
Dr. Anupam Sibal, Group Medical Director of Apollo Hospitals Group, told news agency ANI, ‘Amid the vaccination campaign in India, the second wave of Covid-19 has seen a huge increase in cases. Even after being vaccinated, some people are getting infected. Which is called breakthrough infection. These infections can occur in some individuals after partial and complete immunization.

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