Covid-19 may even contract after vaccination, but a new study shows that the symptoms you experience can be slightly different.
You can still become infected with the corona virus after an injury, but a new study shows that common symptoms look a little different.
Researchers at King’s College London have shown what to expect from Covid after vaccination, including those who are most at risk.
Although the corona virus can still be contracted, the vaccine reduces the risk of serious illness, hospitalization, and death – and helps stop transmission. Sun reports.
They collected data on thousands of people in the UK using data ZOE Covid Symptom Study Program.
Of the 1.1 million program users who took the first dose, approximately 2,400 (0.2%) reported a positive Covid test.
Of the half a million who received the two doses, 187 (0.03%) tested positive for the week.
Those who have been inoculated are less likely to report symptoms of coronavirus.
They have about 70% fewer fevers than those who have not been vaccinated and 55% less fatigue.
Loss of smell, chills and headache were reduced by at least half.
People vaccinated with Quid reported similar levels of shortness of breath, earache, and swollen glands.
But a symptom is significantly more common in people under 60 who do not have enough bad luck to develop Covid after an ulcer.
Sneezing was 24% more common in this age group.
It has never been flagged as a symptom of Qovid infection, which is more common in people with the flu or cold.
“We are unaware of previous reports of more post-vaccination sneezing for other respiratory illnesses,” the researchers said in surprise.
“But it is a known symptom of a respiratory infection and allergy caused by irritation of the nasal mucosa.”
The researchers explained that people with allergies sneeze because germs quickly activate their immune system.
They theorized that those whose immune systems against Covid due to “primary” vaccination might react in the same way.
They also warned that sneezing may be a sign that should be avoided in the future, as it could signal someone to transmit the virus.
“Sneezing produces airborne particles. It has potential importance for viral transmission in the post-vaccination period.” The article said.
Vaccines have been shown to reduce Covid cases by reducing virus transmission.
But, as this study proves, people are still infected and may be contagious to others.
However, as expected, vaccines seem to reduce the severity of the infection, even if very few are still hospitalized.
People with pockets are 49% less likely to have a serious illness – more than five symptoms have been measured.
Asymptomatic disease – asymptomatic – was 72% higher.
Patients were 64% less likely to go to the hospital for treatment than unvaccinated people.
According to people who are most at risk for Covid post-jab – women are more likely to make up about 70% of cases.
The data showed that in people under 60, obesity and living in deprived areas are risk factors for Covid after surgery.
Those who were healthy were less likely to get the disease, especially if they avoided junk food.
The researchers said the vaccine “may affect the quality of the diet and obesity.”
Older people over the age of 60 are almost three times more likely to develop Covidine if they are weak.
And most likely people with asthma (14.5%) and lung disease (10.9%) were all underlying diseases.
The study comes as the Minister of Health welcomed vaccines to cut the link between Covid cases and hospitalization and death.
This means that even if the number of cases increases, it does not mean that the death rate in the hospital will increase as in the past.
But he said one in ten people at Covid Hospital in Indian-hotspots has been fully vaccinated.
Mr Hancock told lawmakers that the vast majority had no injuries, which “gives us a lot of confidence that the vaccine is very effective”.
“The epidemic is not over yet,” he told Commons. “Our vaccination program has reached 73% of the adult population, but that means more than a quarter have not yet been infected.”
“Forty-three percent of adults have both been injured, but that means more than half of them have not yet been able to fully enjoy the two injuries.”
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