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mRNA vaccines slash risk of COVID-19 infection by 91 percent in fully vaccinated people, study finds

People who receive mRNA COVID-19 vaccines are up to 91 percent less likely to develop the disease than those who are unvaccinated, according to a new nationwide study of eight sites, including Salt Lake City. For those few vaccinated people who do still get an infection, or “breakthrough” cases, the study suggests that vaccines reduce… Read More »

Over 2 million likely had long COVID-19 in England, study estimates

A new study projects more than 2 million adults in England likely experienced persistent symptoms in the months following COVID-19 infection, or so-called long COVID. Researchers affiliated with Imperial College London released findings Thursday, stemming from over half a million people in England who participated in several rounds of the Real-Time Assessment of Community Transmission-2… Read More »

Pfizer vaccine side effects: Probable link to heart inflammation discovered – new study

Adverse events are thoroughly reviewed and Pfizer meets regularly with the Vaccine Safety Department of the Israeli Ministry of Health to review data, it said. Israel had held off making its 12 to 15-year-old population eligible for the vaccines, pending the Health Ministry report. In parallel to publishing those findings, a ministry committee approved vaccinating… Read More »

Pfizer vaccine: South African Covid variant can ‘break through’ new study warns

Pfizer/BioNtech vaccine efficacy has shown to be 91 percent for up to six months. Those were the findings published from one clinical trial at the beginning of April. But now an Israeli study has warned the Covid variant first discovered in South Africa, found to be circulating in the UK, may be more effective in… Read More »