This comes after a study conducted by Israeli scientists and published on the medical portal medRxiv. The Guardian and Bloomberg reported on Friday.
The Guardian notes that the study, which has not yet been reviewed, has not been reviewed by other scientists, Therefore, the data it contains must be handled carefully. However, according to the paper, these “pioneering findings could influence public health policy worldwide.”
Added immunity as stronger protection
According to the study People who received two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine were six times more likely to develop a delta variant than those who recovered from the disease., writes Bloomberg.
According to the agency, Israeli scientists claim that this “larger” field study comparing innate immunity – obtained from a previous infection – with the protection provided by one of the most effective vaccines currently in use, has shown that Re-infection is less common in people who have overcome the virus.
This analysis showed that Innate immunity provides longer and stronger protection against infections, symptomatic diseases and hospitalization due to the delta variableIsraeli scientists said, according to Bloomberg.
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