A vaccine it is a dose of bacteria or virus that is injected into the bloodstream in order to generate antibodies that fight against a specific condition; in this case, that of the coronavirus, which still keeps the whole world on guard.
Source: (VCU Health).
More than a year and a half after the start of the vaccination campaign, Argentina proudly has 84% of its population vaccinated. However, the loss of potency of the injections and the new mutations of the virus are not compatible, so the Ministry of Health urged people to get the vaccine reinforcement.
This request was addressed to the most vulnerable sectors at the immunological level: people over 55 years of age, with comorbidities, and minors, as well as chronic and psychiatric patients. Therefore, they ask that you not forget the importance of vaccines of the scheme.
Source: (Washington State Department of Health).
The Public Vaccination Monitor reported that as of June 22, the figure of 104,973,361 doses administered nationwide was reached. These are broken down as follows:
- First dose: 40,825,898 people.
- Second dose: 37,561,983 people.
- Booster dose: 23,617,275 people.
- Additional dose: 3,084,890 people.
Is it effective? Yes. The effectiveness of inoculation It is under study in many parts of the world and, according to the National Ministry of Health, “preliminary studies indicate levels of effectiveness similar to the efficacy measured in clinical trials.”