- AIIMS conducted a study in April-May on 63 people who got corona infected even after getting the vaccine
- The results of the study are promising, none of these patients died
- Of these 63 people, 36 had taken both doses of the vaccine while 27 had received only one dose.
There is still some hesitation among some people about getting the corona vaccine. Sometimes such pictures keep coming from rural areas that someone is jumping in the river to avoid getting the vaccine and someone is hiding somewhere. Meanwhile, the results of
According to an India Today report, none of the people who got infected even after taking the vaccine in the study conducted by AIIMS died during April to May. The special thing is that between April and May, the second wave of corona was at its peak and a large number of corona patients died.
In fact, if a person who is fully vaccinated (ie taking both doses of the vaccine or one dose of a single dose vaccine) becomes infected with corona, then it is called ‘breakthrough infection’. The first study on breakthrough infections conducted by AIIMS during April and May found that some people who had received the vaccine did not die despite the high viral load.
AIIMS studied a total of 63 breakthrough infection cases through genome sequencing. Of these, 36 patients had taken both doses of the vaccine while 27 had at least one dose. 10 patients had taken Covishield while 53 had received Covaccine. None of these patients died.
Two more recent studies are also very promising. According to him, there have been indications that people who have been cured of corona infection or who have taken corona vaccine may get protection against this virus for life. This does not mean that both these categories of people will not be infected with corona but antibodies that fight this virus will be present in their body for a long time. In these studies, scientists have come to know that people who have been cured of corona can remain immune to it for at least one year. In some people this immunity can last for decades.