Good news for those who have coronavirus! WHO announced World Health Organization (WHO), in a study conducted on healthcare professionals in England, it is very good news that people who test positive for the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) are very unlikely to get the disease again for at least 6 months. and gave hope for vaccines.
World Health Organization (WHO) Director General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus held a meeting with the organization's epidemic experts via video conferencing at the organization's headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.
Noting that more than the first 6 months of the epidemic have been reported in the last 4 weeks worldwide, Ghebreyesus warned that hospitals and intensive care units in Europe and North America are or are about to be full.
- "GOOD NEWS ALSO AVAILABLE"
Stating that there are good news about the Kovid-19 vaccine studies, Ghebreyesus said, "This gives us the hope of ending the epidemic. During this time, we should continue to use the existing tools we have to break the chains of spread and save lives." used the expression.
In a study conducted on healthcare professionals in the UK, a question about the fact that cases with a positive Kovid-19 test are very unlikely to get the disease again for at least 6 months, WHO Emergency Situations Program Director Mike Ryan and WHO's Kovid Maria Van Kerkhove, leader of the fight against 19, answered.
Stating that the result of the research is good news, Ryan emphasized that the research is important in understanding the immune level in humans.
Ryan said, "This is potentially important news. It extends the time we know there is possible protection. Hopefully this will take even longer. We know that there might be a limit. It also gives us hope in terms of vaccines. If we start to see immune responses similar to the vaccine," we can hope for longer-term protection. " said.
Kerkhove stated that he was pleased with the result of the research in question and said:
"This is very good and promising news and very good news that confirms the results of other studies. We now see that this antibody response is permanent and lasts for months. We need to follow these individuals for a longer period of time, so We can determine how long these antibodies will last, but that's good news.
- NEWS FROM OXFORD UNIVERSITY
In a study conducted by Oxford University in the UK on healthcare professionals, it was revealed that cases with a positive Kovid-19 test are very unlikely to get the disease again for at least 6 months.
In the statement made by the university, it was noted that the study covered a 30-week period between April and November and was carried out on 12 thousand healthcare workers.
In the study, within 30 weeks, 89 of 11 thousand 52 health workers who did not develop antibodies had Ko