News comes from many states of the country that people who have taken the vaccine have also got the infection.
Statistics of the deaths of some people are revealed who took the vaccine even after they became victims of infection and died. In such a situation, the question arises that how much is the risk of infection after corona vaccine?
If you too are looking for an answer to this question, then you should read the research of Israeli scientists. In this research, he told that people who have taken the vaccine are at risk from the South African variant.
People who have taken the vaccine are at greater risk because this corona infection is more than those who have taken the vaccine, which is eight times more than the normal people. Many serious things have been said in this research. According to a news published in Navbharat Times, the situation in India is not so serious and India’s leading virus experts have a different opinion about it, they clearly said that the matter is not as serious as it has been said in the research.
Now understand what is in research. So this research included those people who have taken the corona vaccine. The results that came from them were compared to those infected who have not yet taken the vaccine.
Most people in the research had variants of the UK virus. The number of variants of corona infection from South Africa was found to be low. People who took the first dose of the vaccine and took it less than two weeks showed the upe variant, but those who took both doses showed more African variants than those who did not take the vaccine.
From this, it became clear that the risk of corona infection after the vaccine is not reduced. Research showed that 8 out of 9 people are vulnerable to a South African variant carrying a vaccine, while 1 person was vulnerable to it without a vaccine. It is also worth noting that it has been researched only on those taking the vaccine that it may be possible that no other vaccine has this risk or there is a new kind of danger.
What will be the effect of this in India. In response to this, experts say that after researching all the vaccines, it can be said that how much effect it will have. Pfizer vaccine is not being used in India, it is difficult to say how much effect it will have on India. The cases of South African variants in India are also not high.