May 24, 2022

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“Vaccine Syndrome” worries some doctors, but what is it?

"Vaccine Syndrome" worries some doctors, but what is it?

“Vaccine Syndrome” worries some doctors, relieving, leaving neovaccinated slaken and obstructive gestures very quickly. For experts, despite being vaccinated, you still have to be careful to protect others, but yourself against Kovid-19.

Benjamin Davido, an infectious disease specialist at Gorches Hospital, told the Parisian to look further “This kind of patient. They see their first dose as a totem, but the first antibodies do not appear after all two weeks and then gradually increase. “.

Similar observations for Jean-Michel Constantine, secretary general of the French Society of Anesthesia and Resuscitation in Paris: “Since the vaccines were launched, there have been a significant number of infections and post-first-dose hospitalizations. I still have one patient admitted to this case,” he said. We relaxed the gestures ”.

Continue to apply barrier gestures

The effects of immunity and protection from symptomatic cases of the vaccine are not effective within 15 days of the first dose injection. Complete and permanent protection comes two weeks after the second dose injection. Therefore we must continue to apply barrier signals during and after this period. According to initial studies, although the vaccinated person appears to have less infection, they can still infect other people.

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