Angelica Podymova: "90% Of Vaccinated Patients Have A Good Antibody Titer"

Angelica Podymova: "90% Of Vaccinated Patients Have A Good Antibody Titer"
Angelica Podymova: "90% Of Vaccinated Patients Have A Good Antibody Titer"

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Angelica Podymova: "90% of vaccinated patients have a good antibody titer." According to the Federal Headquarters, a sufficient titer of antibodies will appear 2-4 weeks after the second dose of the Sputnik V vaccine.

“According to the Ministry of Health of Russia, 90% of patients who received two doses of the vaccine have a good antibody titer, that is, they are protected from the coronavirus or from the severe course of this infection. I can confirm this statistic with the help of my colleagues' antibody test results. 60% of the AIDS Center employees have already been vaccinated, we checked the level of antibodies - and 100% of vaccinated employees have a good protective antibody titer,”says Anzhelika Podymova, head physician of the Sverdlovsk Regional AIDS Center.

161 employees were vaccinated at the Center, vaccination began in December last year. As assured in the Headquarters, antibody titers will remain in the body for at least one year.

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