The outbreak of Coronavirus in India has shocked the entire world.
Washington: Outbreak of coronavirus in India has shocked the entire world. Meanwhile, a study has revealed that Pfizer / Bioentech and Modern vaccines are effective on the Indian strain of corona virus. According to new research by American scientists, Pfizer and Moderna corona vaccines are effective against two variants, B.1.617 and B.1.618, which were first introduced in India. Infection can be prevented by vaccinating these two companies, research has claimed.
Testing of different samples
Researchers from New York University who participated in the study said that Pfizer and Moderna have protected vaccinated people against B.1.617 and B.1.618 variants. There are enough reasons to believe this. For this research, serum samples were taken from eight people who had recovered from the initial type of corona. Samples were also taken of eight people who had been vaccinated by Pfizer and three people who had been vaccinated by Modern.
Protects from all variants
Scientists conducted laboratory tests and looked at how serum samples were infected when exposed to the virus. They found that the antibodies in the vaccine fight better than the antibodies in the infection. According to the researchers, our report confirms that the existing vaccine provides protection from the covid types found so far. The study was conducted by the NYU Grossman School of Medicine and the NYUU Langone Center.
WHO’s focus on India
On the other hand, the World Health Organization (WHO) is constantly monitoring the situation in India. WHO’s Kovid-19 technical team related Dr. Maria Van Kerkhov said that the discussion of B.1.617 in India is being discussed by various parties. We are trying to gather more information about this tension and we hope that we will succeed in it soon. He further said that after talking about the available information about the Indian nature of Kovid-19 and its spread potential, we have put it in the category of globally alarming form. This type is now widespread in 44 countries.