Vaccines may not stop Delta transmission: PHE The first delta variant to be identified in India is fast becoming a major global variant. (Via Reuters)
Covid-1 vaccine can’t stop delta infection, UK warns of first discovery
Scientists say that while the vaccine provides a high level of protection, it cannot completely stop Delta mutant infections.
Vaccines may not stop Delta transmission: PHE The UK Public Health Service announced on Friday that the first discovery of a delta variant of SARS-COV-2 was easily transmitted to people vaccinated against coronavirus (Covid-1). The findings come after the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) expressed concern about human contagion in the Delta Alternative Epidemic.
The first strain of concern identified in India is fast becoming the major mutant strain worldwide, threatening the convenience of the vaccination drive. In a report published by PHE, scientists say that even if the vaccine provides a high level of protection, it will not completely stop coronavirus infection.
In a statement, the PHE said, “Some preliminary research may indicate that viral levels are already found in vaccinated people in people infected with the delta. It shows that there is sex.”
According to the report, there are now more delta variants of del% in all cases of Covid-1 cases in the UK. Of the 1,467 patients admitted through confirmed delta mutations, 55.1% were vaccinated without vaccine and 34.9% were vaccinated with both doses of the Covid-1 vaccine.