According to a study conducted in England; Pfizer-BioNTech and AstraZeneca‘s corona virus vaccineEven a single dose of the drug reduces domestic transmission by about 50 percent.
Within the scope of the study conducted by the Public Health Agency of England (PHE), it was determined that people who were infected about 3 weeks after vaccination were 38 to 49 percent less likely to transmit the virus to home contact points than those who were not vaccinated.
Within the scope of the research, 57 thousand people vaccinated from 24 thousand households were examined.
Participants in the study were compared with about 1 million people who were not vaccinated.
British Health Minister Matt Hancock emphasized that the research provides the most comprehensive data showing that the vaccine prevents transmission of the virus.
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