Since the discovery of the Omicron variant of Corona, there is a question in everyone’s mind whether the corona vaccine will be effective for this or not. For many days, this question is being asked that how much effect will the Omicron variant have on people who have taken both doses of the corona vaccine. To find an answer to this question, Oxford University, while publishing the results of a research, said that people who have taken the vaccine are also at risk of Omicron. There is a risk of infection when the amount of antibodies in the body is low. Let us tell you that this research has been done by collecting blood samples of people who have taken both doses of AstraZeneca-Oxford and Pfizer-BioNtech. Research has shown that fully vaccinated people do not have enough antibodies to fight Omicron.
Oxford University has done research
Let us tell you that since the discovery of the new variant of Corona, there is a question in everyone’s mind whether the corona vaccine will be effective on this new variant or not. In its research, Oxford University has taken samples of people who have been vaccinated against Pfizer Vaccine and AstraZeneca. Testing with antibodies found in people’s blood strains and with the new strain of corona found that the doses of both vaccines were less effective in Omicron than with the delta variant. Along with this, a decrease in the amount of antibodies has been seen in the blood samples of vaccinated people.
booster dose needed
Along with this, according to the research of Oxford University, people need to apply booster dose. Gavin Scritten, Professor of Oxford Medicine and lead researcher of the study, said, ‘It is not yet known from this research how much risk of serious illness or death from the virus in people who have been vaccinated is not yet known.