03.Jun .2021 21:30

0.2% of Citizens Vaccinated With Two Doses in Georgia Infected With Covid-19 – Imnadze

0.2% of Citizens Vaccinated With Two Doses in Georgia Infected With Covid-19 – Imnadze
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According to Paata Imnadze, Deputy Head of the NCDC in Georgia, the virus infection rate in the population vaccinated with the two doses of the Covid-19 vaccine is 0.2%. In the case of citizens vaccinated with one dose - the rate is - 0.8%.
 
"We have been talking about this for a long time - there are no 100% guarantees. The vaccine protects us from fatal complications, severe currents, and resuscitation. About 0.8% of first-dose vaccinations show cases of infection. Fortunately, all were very mild, except for a few instances where they became infected on the third or fourth day after vaccination, and the vaccine simply failed to work at this time. We have a 0.2% rate of infection in citizens with two doses of the vaccines. These are standard numbers and fit in the world statistics.
 
The main thing is that in vaccinated people, the virus goes very lightly. So out of vaccinated, those who get infected are 50% less contagious, which is good for the public," Imnadze said.