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Infectionist assessed the degree of protection after vaccination against COVID-19

Infectionist assessed the degree of protection after vaccination against COVID-19
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The expert assessed the level of protection of the body after vaccination against coronavirus. In his opinion, it will not be possible to completely protect oneself from the disease.

Infectionist and vaccinologist Evgeny Timakov told RIA Newsthat no vaccination will become an absolutely reliable barrier against infection, but will give a chance to transfer the disease in a mild form. 

The immunity of a vaccinated person will be able to resist infection from the very first minutes after contact with a pathogenic agent, Timakov says. An active immune response in the body will prevent the infection from spreading. And even if infection occurs, the disease will proceed without complications, hospitalization, as well as abundant drug therapy, will not be needed.

At the same time, experts believe that the person who has been vaccinated will receive higher levels of antibodiesthan if he had had a coronavirus infection. Mass vaccination in Russia should begin in end of the yearas the authorities promise, it will not be forced.
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