Undertaking the increasing cases of COVID-19 cases, the Centre started preventing corona vaccination in April. According to a survey conducted by Indraprastha Apollo Hospital in Delhi on vaccination, the incidence of coronary heart disease is negligible.
A study of 3,235 health workers was conducted by Indraprastha Apollo Hospital in Delhi. One hundred days after receiving the corona preventive vaccine, COVID-19 symptoms were observed by focusing on the staff. During that survey, about 85 health workers were found to be infected with the corona. It has a low proportion of women. According to the survey, only 0.06% of the vaccinated citizens were admitted to the hospital. In most cases, 65 of the 85 infected had received both doses of the vaccine. The other 20 received a single dose of the vaccine. Notably, there were no further complications in hospitalized patients. The study also found that the employee would soon recover from the corona.
In the meantime, a survey was conducted of vaccine users of both Serum’s Covishield and Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin. Of these, 97.38% of the population was vaccinated against COVID-19. Even after vaccination is complete, the incidence of corona will not be reduced to zero. An important finding during the inspection conducted by Apollo Hospital is that the corona vaccine does not produce 100% immunity. Even if a person is infected with coronavirus after the vaccination, there is no chance that the person or the patient will be seriously ill. They will also reduce the number of victims.