The UK is already reaping the benefits of vaccination. Now, this is not just testing, but there are millions of proofs that work.
Already around 18 million vaccines have been placed across the UK and given to health authorities.
Scotland, one of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom, administered Oxford / AstraZeneca or Pfizer / Bioentech supplements for a fifth population. Mixed figures of the two vaccines indicate high safety in people over 80 years of age. The risk of hospitalization was reduced by 81% in this most vulnerable group.
In the general average, the Oxford vaccine reduced the hospitalization rate by 94% four weeks after the first dose; Of Pfizer, 85%.
England – another British nation – does not yet have enough data on the practical effects of the Oxford vaccine, but scientific advice says the evidence is good. Pfizer’s vaccine information is more comprehensive. The British Health Agency has reduced the risk of hospitalization by at least 75%.
The British government says “preliminary data” suggests that vaccines also reduce transmission of the virus. Hospital admissions were falling much faster than the first wave.
This is the first indication of the effect of vaccines in a large country such as the United Kingdom. The Scottish Government reported that the result is true for other countries that use Pfizer and BioNtech and Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccines. The figures prompted the British government to be “cautious, but irreplaceable”.
The Prime Minister explained that the waiver would begin in two weeks, when people over the age of 70 would feel the protective effects of the first dose. The lack of definition would begin with the reopening of schools, allowing two people to meet outside and receive a visitor to the elderly ashrams and join hands with it.
Gradually, the ban would finally expire in June, at the beginning of European summer – the longest day of the year and the most awaited in decades.