The specificity of those who caught Covid and took two doses of the vaccine

 The specificity of those who caught Covid and took two doses of the vaccine 

One of the features of the 'Delta' variant virus is that it can infect even those who have been vaccinated. This is currently the biggest challenge. Various studies have already found that the majority of cases of Covid infection are due to 'delta' even after receiving the vaccine.

 

We are still in the fight against the Covid -19 epidemic. Despite the availability of vaccines against Covid, concerns remain about the prevalence of genetically modified viruses.

 

The 'Delta' variety found in India is the most endangered of these. In addition to creating the second strongest wave of Covid in the country, 'Delta' is once again raising Covid cases in many places including the US, UK, Australia and China. 

One of the features of the 'Delta' variant virus is that it can infect even those who have been vaccinated. This is currently the biggest challenge. Various studies have already found that even after receiving the vaccine, the majority of cases of Covid infection are due to 'delta'.

 

However, a study by ICMR (Indian Council of Medical Research) and the National Institute of Virology was released yesterday. The observations shared by this study are of paramount importance as ‘Delta’ poses a major threat.

 

 That is, those who received Covid and received two doses of Covid vaccine Covishield had a stronger resistance to Delta, the study said. The study claims that this is much safer for those who have been vaccinated after the vaccine.

 

As we know, antibodies against Covid 19 are found in the body of an infected person after they are infected. Its extent and function vary from person to person. However, resistance to natural diseases is possible in them. Antibodies to the disease are also found in people who have been vaccinated. It has already been said that 'Delta' can get into both these categories. But studies show that 'Delta' can be a bit confusing to climb into someone who has acquired immunity in both of these ways. The researchers said the study was aimed at determining the severity of the Delta attack among those who received the vaccine and those who became infected.

 

However, the researchers said that their research was performed experimentally with infected cats and that those experiments did not show a mutation in the virus but did say that "such mutations cannot be ruled out."