Abu Dhabi Study Confirmed NO COVID Deaths After Vaccination
A UAE study confirms that there are zero deaths after two doses of the vaccination and 95% less likely admission to the ICU, the same study by Abu Dhabi Health Centre confirmed that immunity is not guaranteed after vaccination and infection may lead to long-term health complications
Abu Dhabi Health centre conducted a study that found a significant decrease in the rate of COVID-19 infection after receiving a second vaccine dose, and affirmed that in the event of an infection, a patient has mild symptoms & does not require admission to hospital or ICU (Intensive Care Unit).
Vaccination prevents hospitalisation in 93% of cases and “no deaths related to Covid-19 have been recorded in patients who received all doses required”
The study found the efficacy of vaccination in preventing hospitalisation is 93%, while the efficacy of vaccination in reducing the need to be admitted to an ICU is 95%
The study found no deaths related to Covid-19 have been recorded in patients who received all doses required, according to the report
.@adphc_ae conducted a study which found a significant decrease in the rate of #Covid_19 infection after receiving a second vaccine dose, & affirms that in the event of an infection, a patient has mild symptoms & does not require admission to hospital or ICU (Intensive Care Unit) pic.twitter.com/cg5HhqTwJL
— مكتب أبوظبي الإعلامي (@admediaoffice) April 18, 2021
Immunity is not guaranteed after vaccination and infection may lead to long-term health complications
The study stated that immunity against Covid-19 is best achieved through vaccination and adhering to precautionary measures, and is multifaceted and not limited to the presence of antibodies. The study also found that immunity is not guaranteed after infection.
The risk of contracting COVID-19 increases as the virus mutates, and that the chances of the virus mutating increase with its spread. There is also a possibility that the infection may lead to long-term health complications.
The study explained that ‘post-Covid-19 syndrome’ may affect some senior citizens, people with chronic diseases, and even healthy individuals. Complications include damage to multiple organs, blood clots, and other complications that may require long-term medical attention.
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