Studies have shown that even after two vaccinations, the people on the screened list have less protection from serious Covid19 diseases. The Scottish Public Health Agency and the University of Edinburgh published this study as a boosting program for high-risk groups, starting from the age of 50. children between the ages of 12 and 15 can also be vaccinated against Covid in Scotland. The Youth Syringe will be provided at the pick-up point and later schools. First, provide booster hunting for residents of nursing homes.
The study found that those who were classified as extremely clinically at risk had a protection rate of 66% against serious diseases after two doses of the vaccine, while among fully vaccinated individuals without high-risk diseases, the protection rate was 93%. 4,444 researchers said they hope that the third booster vaccine can further increase the level of protection of people who have been asked to protect themselves. Of the more than 3.5 million people who received two doses of the vaccine in Scotland, the study found only 330 cases of severe Covid19. Nearly half are people classified as “extremely dangerous” because of their health conditions. Most of the rest are with people who are at moderate risk.
Professor Helen Colhoun of the University of Edinburgh said: “In fact, we have seen an increase in the protective effect from the first dose to the second dose, which makes people hope that the third dose can further enhance the protective effect.” Dr. Scottish Public Health Ministry of Public Health Science Director Nicholas Phin said: “The results of this study confirm that all vaccines approved in the UK are still very effective in reducing severe illness and death caused by Covid19. “Although those who are clinically extremely vulnerable to infections On average, they will receive a considerable degree of Covid19 protection, but this will vary from person to person, depending on the nature of their vulnerability.