Infection after vaccination usually occurs four months after receiving the second dose, and according to the first incomplete data, there is no significant difference in effectiveness between “sinofarm” and other vaccines used in our country.
However, the difference in the disease between those who have been vaccinated and those who have not received any vaccine is still large, when it comes to the number of infected people, but also to the clinical picture that has developed.
The results so far, which have been disclosed, were based on a survey conducted in Kragujevac, which included more than one representative sample – about 145,000 citizens. And after collecting new data, the National Committee of Experts on Immunization should recommend to the Crisis Staff a possible shortening of the vaccination period, between the second and third, the so-called booster dose.
“Based on the data I received in personal communication from Professor Dr. Dejan Baskić, which refer to the area covered by the Kragujevac Institute of Public Health (about 145,000 people), in the monitoring period from 1 July to September 1, fully vaccinated The infection was detected on average about four months after receiving the second dose of vaccine.It should be borne in mind that during that period, about one percent of people vaccinated people from that area have been infected, as opposed to about 3.3 percent of unvaccinated people. “said Dusan Popadic, full professor, of Immunology at the Faculty of Medicine of Belgrade and member of the National Committee of Experts for Immunization.
There is no significant difference between the vaccines.
“In this relatively small number of infected vaccinated individuals, and with a relatively short period of follow-up, there is no significant difference in effectiveness between the various vaccines. Note that there are still raw data, incompletely processed statistically,” he says, adding:
“Based on the above data, which I have had access to, there is no significant difference in effectiveness between ‘sinofarm’ and other vaccines. Among those vaccinated in the area covered by the Kragujevac Institute of Public Health, ‘sinofarm’ vaccine vaccinated about 70 percent of citizens Among those infected, it is also about 70 percent.Again again, it is raw data and a relatively short follow-up period.I hope Professor Dr. is grouped according to the severity of the clinical picture in those infected and immunization with various vaccines.transferring this hypothesis will not be confirmed in the Kragujevac area where the research was conducted ”.