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Does The Pfizer/BioNTech Vaccine Stop Transmission

by: Paul Keaveny
does the pfizer biontech vaccine stop transmission | Breaking News

The UK has become the first country to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine for widespread use, but we don’t know if the vaccines stop transmission! 

40 Million Vaccines Against COVID-19

The UK government has ordered 40 million doses, and the first batch of 800,000 doses is expected to be shipped from Belgium – where the vaccine is being made – in the next couple of days. It will be enough to immunize 400,000 people (two doses per person).

Recommended: Everything You Want To Know About The Coronavirus

Preventing At COVID-19 But Not Sure About The Transmission

Although the vaccines in late-stage trials seem to be highly effective at preventing symptomatic COVID, we can’t yet be sure that they prevent transmission of the virus.

For this, we would need a vaccine that provides so-called sterilizing immunity. This is where immune cells can bind to the virus to prevent it from entering cells where they can start to replicate. So even six weeks after receiving the first jab, you may still get infected with the coronavirus – even if you don’t get sick.

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Protected But Still Transmitted

Studies from the Oxford vaccine's preclinical phase found that rhesus macaques immunized with the vaccine were protected from serious disease and had no lung damage evidence. But they still had coronavirus infection in their upper-respiratory tract and virus shedding from their noses. If this is the same with humans, it would suggest that they might still spread the virus while they will be protected from symptomatic disease.

We Don’t Know If The Vaccines Stop Transmission.

At this stage, we don’t know if the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines stop transmission either, although further studies will hopefully tease this out.

If you have been vaccinated, there is a small chance – at least one in twenty – that the vaccine won’t protect you. So even if you have been vaccinated – and full rollout may not be complete till the summer of 2021 – you should still wear a mask, work from home if you can, and practice social distancing. As for good hand hygiene, let’s try to keep that going – viruses, including probably SARS-CoV-2, will always be among us.

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More Interesting News About The Coronavirus, COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has created monumental imbalance to our accepted way of life, removed the illusion of host dominance, and thrown a glaring spotlight on some of the tiniest members of society —viruses—coronavirus, COVID-19, and influenza.

Read the whole article: Coronavirus, COVID-19, And Influenza

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Coronavirus Versus Climate: Slash And Burn

The Brussels summit brought 27 leaders to face to face after five months of remote diplomacy, in which time the coronavirus pandemic brought existing cracks across the loc into sharp focus.

Read the whole article: Coronavirus Versus Climate: Slash And Burn

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Coronavirus Hates Social Distancing

Social Distancing brought a lot of innovations. Some far fetched some acceptable annoying. Jajaxed came with a 'beach belt kit.' Christophe Gernigon, a French designer and interior decorator, designed a curvilinear bell to help space the tables, and Mediamatic ETEN was introduced: Serres Sépparées (separate greenhouses).

Read the whole article: Coronavirus Hates Social Distancing

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Coronavirus Was Always Here. Deal With It.

The first time a Coronavirus was found and identified was back in the 1930s. An acute respiratory infection in domesticated chickens spread, to the bewilderment of scientists. It took them six years to isolate and cultivate the strain that caused the disease - the first Coronavirus. Over the next decades, more instances of the Coronavirus hit in animals before moving on to humans in the 1960s. Two strains, B814 and 229E, were discovered after yearlong research - found to belong to a strain that caused a cold and responded well to the ether, which indicated the presence of a lipid envelope.

Read the whole article: Coronavirus Was Always Here. Deal With It!

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Coronavirus: Real-Time Laboratory For Urban life

The reality of lockdown is making ghost towns of the places we once knew. Everything we know about our urban world has come to a shuddering halt, for now.

Read the whole article : Coronavirus: Real-Time Laboratory For Urban Life

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Coronavirus 2020: Strange Times And New Monsters

There are 28 unknown viral populations, quite literally trapped in the ice like a perfectly preserved wooly haired mammoth. I repeat, 28 new viruses that we, in the modern world, have never encountered before. Out of these 28, more than half displayed infectious properties, meaning that they would be able to infect several hosts and spread from there. Could there be another COVID-19?

Read the whole article: Coronavirus 2020: Strange Times And New Monsters.

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