London: Covid-19 anti-Pfizer and Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccines (Vaccine) reduce severe infections of the coronavirus in people 70 years of age and older Are highly effective for This has come to light in a study. The study has been posted prior to printing. Accordingly, in England, the effect of both vaccines was estimated on persons aged 70 years or older in whom laboratory investigations confirmed the symptomatic infection.
Researchers from Public Health England (PHE) compared the rate of hospitalization or death of patients older than 80 infected with Covid-19 and vaccinated before 14 days with no vaccine Was imposed PHE said in a statement that according to the study, the data showed that people over 80 years of age are more than 80 percent effective in preventing their hospitalization three to four weeks after being vaccinated.
Evidence from the Pfizer vaccine suggests that it has led to an 83 percent reduction in deaths from Covid-19. The authors of the study stated, “A single dose of Pfizer or Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccination has been shown to significantly reduce the risk of severe disease in the elderly, as well as in symptomatic SARS-COV2-infected cases. Both vaccines show similar effects. “