From the starting of the next year, COVID-19 fully shut down the whole world. Almost every country of the world suffers from this Pandemic and the economy of the whole world is down totally. The doctors, scientists, and researchers are doing their best to serve the nation and world. Till now some countries already introduce some vaccines to fight against this virus but common people like you and me are still confused about which vaccine is best among these.
So, in today’s article, we gonna talk about this topic. Here we gonna talk about the efficiency of different vaccines against the Delta variant and how they prevent us after taking the first and second doses.
What are the vaccines we talk about here?
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Here mainly we talk about the most popular International vaccines that are available in most of the countries. A study was conducted by different countries to know about the efficiencies of different vaccines against the Delta Variants.
Here we talk about the vaccines like Pfizer, AstraZeneca, and Moderna. And the data that we say here is completely based on study and statistics.
The efficiency of different Vaccines for the Delta Variant
- In a survey conduct in the UK, we found that Pfizer’s effectiveness is 33% after getting the first dose, while after the second dose we get 88% effectiveness against the Delta variant.
In another study on AstraZeneca, we find its 33% effective against the Delta variant. But if you take two doses then you get 60% protection against this variant.
- In another survey was conducted in Canada, we found another type of result. For Pfizer here we see 56% protection after the 14 days and 87% protection after two doses.
Meanwhile, AstraZeneca and Moderna give 67% and 72% effectiveness respectively after the first 14 days. Here we don’t get any proper data regarding the second dose of these two vaccines.
- In Scotland, we found that Pfizer gives 79% effectiveness after two doses. While AstraZeneca gives 60% effectiveness after two doses.
- In Israel, we found Pfizer gives 64% effectiveness after two doses.
So, this is the comparison between the vaccines which is widely used in the world.
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