Even after taking the Seychelles Vaccine, more people are Vulnerable to Corona, Reviewing data of WHO infected

Even after taking the Seychelles Vaccine, more people are Vulnerable to Corona, Reviewing data of WHO infected

WHO states that most of those found infected had either taken a single dose of the vaccine or had not taken a single dose. Neither of the two doses has died.

A large number of people have been infected even after taking both anti-corona vaccine doses in the Indian Ocean country of Seychelles. The World Health Organization (WHO) is engaged in reviewing the data of such people.

The Seychelles Ministry of Health said that more than one-third of those infected last week have taken both vaccine doses. However, the ministry as well as the WHO says that most of those found infected had either taken a single dose of the vaccine or had not taken a single dose. Neither of the two doses has died and those who have become critical due to infection did not get vaccinated.

However, a WHO spokeswoman said in a reply to the mail, "Our team is reviewing the data. The reasons for the increase in cases are being assessed and efforts are being made to understand the trend. In Seychelles with a population of one lakh, fewer than a hundred were getting infected daily. On 30 April, the number of infected was 120, which increased to 314 on 8 May". However, there has been some decrease in cases, but the infection rate is high.

The ministry said that 57 percent of the two doses of the vaccine were applied by the Chinese state-owned company Sinopharma. Whereas, 43 percent have been vaccinated with AstraZeneca. 37 percent of those taking both doses have been found infected. The ministry said that 80 percent of those who need to be admitted to the hospital have not been vaccinated.

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