6 misunderstandings about Covid-19 vaccine

6 misunderstandings about Covid-19 vaccine 17
6 misunderstandings about Covid-19 vaccine 17

About 14% of Americans said they would not get vaccinated, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.

Vaccines are not safe because they are created in a short time

Scientists studied the spike protein of the coronavirus nearly 20 years ago when searching for a potential vaccine to prevent SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome).

In addition, the production stage also contributes to speeding up this process.

Actual studies also show that the vaccine is as effective as the results in clinical trials.

In addition, PHE’s May real-world data shows that two doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine reduce the risk of hospitalization because of the Delta variant by 92%.

Thousands of people have died from vaccination

This is wrong.

The vaccine is only experimental and has not been thoroughly tested

This is a wrong assumption.

Natural immunity is always stronger than vaccine immunity

This is only partially true.

Vaccines are not safe for pregnant women

Covid-19 vaccine trials do not include pregnant women.

According to clinical research published by the British Ministry of Health on August 3, about 52,000 pregnant women in the UK were vaccinated with Covid-19 vaccines from Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna, and so far there have been no worrying safety issues.

Vaccines change DNA

This is wrong.

A vaccination site in the city of Worcester, Massachusetts, USA in April. Photo: AFP

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