The Oxford vaccine is 99 percent effective | Do not take the Pfizer vaccine if you have allergies, says Britain

The Oxford vaccine is 99 percent effective

Researchers have found that the Oxford and AstraZeneca vaccines are effective against the coronavirus. Tests have shown that the vaccine is 99 percent effective. The test is performed on the body of people of all ages. It found that the vaccine had developed an effective immune system against coronavirus in 99 out of every 100 participants. The study confirmed that the vaccine is effective in the body of the elderly. 

However, the report also said that the chances of the vaccine coming before Christmas are very low. As a result, the possibility of reaching out to people before 2021 is now slim.

The Oxford vaccine is by far the most talked about. That being said, the biggest 'hope' for Britain is to conquer the coronavirus. However, people are not getting it this year.

Professor Andrew Pollard, director of the Oxford Vaccine Group, said he hoped their vaccines would be fully effective before Christmas. As a result, Andrew fears that these steps will take several more weeks to complete. As a result, the vaccine will not reach people until next year.

Earlier, scientists released the latest information about the vaccine. The scientists reviewed the results of tests performed on 560 people. It shows that the Oxford vaccine is 99 percent effective in people of all ages. The Oxford vaccine is working great among them. At the same time, no side effects were found to be of concern in its application.

Of note, the effectiveness of the Oxford vaccine's two main competitors, Moderna and Pfizer, has been proven. These are 95 percent effective, said the concerned. So for the time being, Oxford seems to be ahead. While Oxford will have to wait longer to know the final result.

Do not take the Pfizer vaccine if you have allergies, says Britain

Do not take Pfizer's Corona vaccine Bioentech if you have allergies. Vaccine regulators in Britain have said this. Two employees of the National Health Service were diagnosed with a severe form of allergy after receiving the biotech vaccine. This warning has since been issued on behalf of MHRA. MHRA chief executive said. "If you have allergies or are prone to allergies, it is advisable not to take this covid vaccine," said the Rhine. The vaccine was introduced in Britain on Tuesday. 

At 8:31 a.m., 90-year-old Margaret Kinan became the first recipient. Chris Whitey, Britain's chief medical officer, said they could be seen in the initial reaction to the vaccine, but it was advisable not to take the vaccine if you had allergies.

The World Health Organization (WHO) warns that the corona epidemic may continue until 2022. This information was provided in a BBC Online report on Thursday.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has accused poor countries of failing to get the required number of vaccines for fear of a prolonged pandemic.

Bruce Aylward, a senior United Nations health official, said the lack of the required number of vaccines in poor countries meant that the coronavirus crisis would be unnecessarily long. In other words, the corona pandemic could be deep in 2022.
So far, less than 5% of the total population of the African continent has been vaccinated with the coronavirus, according to a BBC report. By comparison, 40 percent of the population on other continents is vaccinated.

In this context, experts say that slow delivery of vaccines in poor countries does not mean that the epidemic will continue.

The UK has already provided more than one million vaccines to vaccine-deficient countries. The country has promised to provide a total of 1 billion rupees of vaccine.

WHO official Bruce Alward has called on wealthy people to help pharmaceutical companies prioritize low-income countries when delivering coronavirus vaccines.

Bruce Alward said at summits like the G8, developed countries promised to vaccinate poor countries. So now rich countries should review their vaccine inventories and donate to poor countries.

Towards developed countries, WHO officials said, "We can tell you that we are not on the right track for vaccination. We really need to mobilize this activity. You all know this problem. "
Bruce Alward warns that the period of the corona epidemic will, unfortunately, be extended to 2022 if vaccination is not accelerated in poor countries.

The BBC reports that the majority of corona mites have moved to high- or middle-income countries. Africa has only 2.6 percent of the world's corona vaccine.

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