Pfizer’s vaccine would be so effective that it would prevent transmission of Covid-19

Study suggests that those who receive the Pfizer vaccine would have stronger defenses than those who survived the Covid-19 Coronavirus.

The pandemic of Coronavirus Covid-19 It is at a critical stage with the start of vaccination strategies globally.

Some countries are implementing their programs better than others. Where the situation has even been used to turn this into a political tool.

But in the middle of it all there is good news. Since apparently the vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech it would be much more powerful than expected. Guaranteeing greater protection to those who receive it.

They are preliminary data

According to colleagues from . a group of researchers from Sheba Medical Center in Tel Aviv, Israel, has revealed the preliminary results of its project.

Where they discover that the positive response generated in subjects who have received the Pfizer Coronavirus Covid-19 vaccine would be much more effective than expected.

Apparently, based on the data from the initial study, the vaccine is powerful enough to trigger such strong immunity that it could actually prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

Since the defenses generated by the immune system of those who receive the vaccine would be more effective and powerful than those of those who were infected with Covid-19 and managed to survive without the vaccine.

The project evaluated 102 hospital staff members who received both doses of the vaccine from Pfizer and BioNTech.

The results showed that 100 of the staff members who received the vaccine generated 20 times more antibodies a week after the second dose than compared to the hospital’s Covid-19 survivors.

In theory, these antibody levels are high enough to be able to neutralize the virus in daily life to the point of preventing transmission that triggers a wave of infections.

It should be noted that this is a study with preliminary results. And more research is needed before taking it as 100% proven.