Infectionist Confirms The Safety Of The COVID-19 Vaccine In The Presence Of Antibodies

Infectionist Confirms The Safety Of The COVID-19 Vaccine In The Presence Of Antibodies
Infectionist Confirms The Safety Of The COVID-19 Vaccine In The Presence Of Antibodies

Video: Infectionist Confirms The Safety Of The COVID-19 Vaccine In The Presence Of Antibodies

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Vaccination against coronavirus infection is safe for a person who has had the disease and has antibodies. Interfax reports this with reference to Vladimir Agafonov, Associate Professor of the Department of Infectious Diseases of the Northern State Medical University (Arkhangelsk). "There will be no harm, but, probably, theoretically, the number of antibodies will increase. It's not scary for the immune system," said the specialist. According to him, the conditions of vaccination do not require testing for antibodies. At the same time, he noted that if the fact of the presence of antibodies is nevertheless confirmed, it is possible not to be vaccinated. Earlier, the chief infectious disease specialist of the Moscow health department, the head physician of the hospital, Svetlana Smetanina, recommended that people at risk be vaccinated against coronavirus. Russia became the first country in the world to register a vaccine against COVID-19. The drug was developed by NITsEM named after Gamaleya jointly with the Russian Direct Investment Fund and was named "Sputnik V". Read more on the official website of the Russian coronavirus vaccine.

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