ISLAMABAD: The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has said that despite being vaccinated against the coronavirus, a low-risk attack of the virus could occur.
This was stated by Dr. Salman, Head of Public Laboratory of the Institute. According to Dr. Salman, four weeks after taking two doses of the coronavirus vaccine, an anti-spike protein test can be performed to determine the number of antibodies in the body. Even after the coronavirus attacks, no other company’s vaccine can be given. On the other hand, the Global Vaccine Center has not yet approved the third dose.
According to Dr. Salman, Chief Public Health Laboratories Division of the National Institutes of Health, the number of antibodies in the body varies according to age.
He said that after the vaccination, the virus attack will not be very severe, vaccination can protect against the severity of the epidemic and the damage of diseases. A cut-off and a decimal point of 5% is a positive thing, it shows that the body is making antibodies again, this is the number of antibodies in a normal healthy person.
According to sources, vaccination can protect against damage to body parts caused by the coronavirus. Coronavirus is likely to be positive again, but a third dose of the vaccine has not yet been recommended by the World Health Organization.
The government of Pakistan will soon announce its policy on the third dose, while people are worried about where to get the third dose of the vaccine if the virus attacks even after the vaccine has run out. Can you Because one-time registration on an ID card is possible.