The most effective vaccine against coronavirus! They compared the 2 vaccines…

We have gained a great advantage against the epidemic with the effect of vaccines against the coronavirus, which has gripped the world for about 2 years.

While the 3.5 billion dose threshold has been left behind in vaccination studies around the world, the answer to the question ‘which vaccine is more effective’ in everyone’s mind came from England.

The study conducted in England focused on AstraZeneca (AZ) and Pfizer/BioNTech vaccines, which are also used in our country.

According to the news of the Mirros newspaper, which includes the results of the research, elderly British people who have AZ vaccine are less likely to have Kovid antibodies than those who are vaccinated with Pfizer.

Because while the antibody rate was determined as 85 percent in those who had AZ vaccine, this rate was measured as 98 percent in Pfizer/BioNTech.

In other words, research by Imperial College London shows that the Oxford vaccine may be slightly weaker than the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine.

In the study, it was stated that for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, ‘After two doses of vaccine, while the antibody positivity was 97.8 percent, it was 100 percent at all ages except 80 years and older’.

For AstraZeneca, “Positivity was determined to be over 90 percent until the age of 69, 89.2 percent for those aged 70-79, and 83.6 percent for those aged 80 and over.”

On the other hand, vaccines applied against the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) worldwide have exceeded 3 billion 540 million doses.

While China is the country with the highest number of vaccines with 1 billion 410 million doses; This country was followed by India with 391 million 340 thousand, USA with 335 million 490 thousand, Brazil with 118 million 88 thousand, Germany with 84 million 200 thousand, England with 81 million 190 thousand, Japan with 65 million 180 thousand.

The country with the highest dose of vaccine compared to the population was the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with 162.99 doses per 100 people.

The number of doses administered in 21 countries, including the UAE, has exceeded the population. The number of doses administered per 100 people; 161.25 in Malta, 141.98 in Seychelles, 135.04 in Iceland, 132.74 in San Marino, 130.23 in Bahrain, 127.02 in Uruguay, 126.85 in Chile, 126.48 in Israel, 119.83 in Qatar, 119.60 in England, 119.42 in Faroe Islands, 119.05 in Mongolia, 116.20 in Canada, 110.09 in Singapore, It was 107.19 in Belgium, 105.13 in Hungary, 104.61 in Spain, 103.73 in the Netherlands, 100.50 in Germany and 100.31 in the USA.

According to the data of the Ministry of Health, 60 million 852 thousand 611 doses of vaccine have been administered in Turkey so far.

While Turkey ranks 9th in the world in terms of the total number of vaccines, the number of vaccines per 100 people was 72.09. First dose of vaccine was administered to 38 million 508 thousand 314 people and second dose of vaccine was administered to 18 million 902 thousand 259 people.

Kovid-19 vaccines, which have been allowed for use or emergency use to date, are administered intermittently in two doses, except for one. Therefore, the number of doses administered does not mean that the same number of individuals have been vaccinated.

The number of cases worldwide has exceeded 189 million 294 thousand, more than 4 million 76 thousand people died.