There is still no reduction of the Covd -19 virus that are spreading around the world. People have been suffering from this virus for more than two years. But authorities are trying to control the level of viral infections through vaccination. So, we are going to tell you about some of the differences between vaccinated and unvaccinated.
Health experts point out that vaccination protects people from serious viral symptoms. They also say that since this is not 100 percent successful against the virus, there may be people who have been vaccinated in positivity tests. Vaccination does not protect against 100% of viral infections, but it prevents serious symptoms. Vaccination has already begun in every country in the world.
Vaccinated people are positive on tests but do not show any symptoms. Dr. Jason Gallagher, a clinical professor at the College of Medicine at Temple Trees University in Philadelphia and a clinical pharmacy specialist in infectious diseases, once said, if a vaccine is 90 to 95 percent effective, that means 5 to 10 percent less effective. Vaccination often prevents the development of serious symptoms. It does not mean that the virus is not infectious.
Experts point out that vaccinated people have a 64 percent lower risk of being hospitalized. People who have been fully or partially vaccinated generally have 40 percent less viral RNA load than those who have not been vaccinated. They have a 58 percent lower risk of viral infection. Doctors say that the lives of vaccinated people are safer than those that are unvaccinated. Dr. Matthew Wessenbach, senior director of clinical affairs at the Walters Kluwer Institute of Health in Philadelphia, said: People who have been vaccinated have tested positive for the virus, but they have been prevents from hospitalization and occurrence severe symptoms. It also protects their lives. They can cause only mild symptoms.
So now you can understand how important vaccination is.