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New strains of COVID-19 do not affect the effectiveness of vaccines

04.01.2021 120 просмотров

There is no evidence that new coronavirus mutations can affect the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines in any way. 

This was stated by the chief expert of the immunization program of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention Wang Huaqing today, January 3, at a press conference in Beijing.

The authoritative scientist assured that the vaccine remains effective regardless

"According to the latest information published by the World Health Organization (WHO), new virus mutations do not affect the effectiveness of vaccines," said Wang Huaqing.
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"The China Center for Disease Control and Prevention's Vaccine Adverse Reactions Information Sharing Platform enables the rapid exchange of information between the disease control and prevention authorities, the sanitation system and the drug control authorities. Let's say that after vaccine vaccination If there is a case with serious adverse reactions, then we will be able to conduct analytical studies in real time. Also, in accordance with the regulations, we regularly analyze cases," the expert explained.

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At the same time, he emphasized that the index for monitoring adverse reactions to vaccines in China fully complies with WHO standards.

China established a system for surveillance of adverse reactions to vaccines back in 2005. Over the years, outstanding progress has been made in this field and countless lives have been saved thanks to the dedication of medical professionals.

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our level of monitoring of adverse reactions is also increasing. Relevant projects on the monitoring system for adverse reactions were approved by WHO back in 2011 and 2014. Our system for surveillance of adverse reactions, an important part of vaccine management, has achieved very good results," concluded Wang Huaqing.

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