Written by – Hind Khalifa
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Study: Mixing with unvaccinated people puts you at 20 times risk of infection with corona
An Australian study issued by the Victorian Ministry of Health revealed the risks of dealing with people who are not vaccinated with Corona virus vaccines, and the extent of its impact on spreading infection among others, as it was found that being with a friend or someone who does not have any doses of Corona vaccines exposes you to the risk of infection. About 20 times, according to what was reported in the “Medical Express” website.
The researchers pointed out the role of vaccines in reducing the possibility of infection and spreading it among others, so it is preferable to avoid mixing with a person who did not receive vaccination doses, in order to reduce your risk of infection.
Recent reports from the Victorian Ministry of Health have found that unvaccinated people are nearly ten times more likely to contract the Corona virus than people who have been vaccinated, and researchers have also confirmed that vaccinated people are less likely to transmit the disease even if they become infected, in light of emerging Corona variables.
Study: AstraZeneca vaccine does not affect fertility and childbearing rate
A report in thelancet said that researchers from Oxford University recently analyzed pregnancies that occurred during four clinical trials of the AstraZeneca vaccine from three different countries including the United Kingdom, Brazil and South Africa. .
Pregnancies were reported in 121 (1%) of the 9,755 participants during these trials. The fertility analysis group included 93 pregnant women, 50 of whom received the AstraZeneca vaccine and 43 of whom received the control vaccine.
The pregnancy outcome analysis group included 107 women, 72 of whom received the AstraZeneca vaccine and 35 received the control vaccine. Pregnancy loss before 23 weeks of gestation was classified as a miscarriage, and baseline characteristics were similar between the two groups, with age and current alcohol use being the largest differences.
The authors found no evidence of an association between vaccination with the AstraZeneca vaccine and reduced fertility, there was no increase in the rate of miscarriages when compared to the control group, and no stillbirth or stillbirth was reported in either group.
Study absolves Corona of responsibility for causing serious disruption
A study conducted by the University of “Oxford” revealed that indicators of post-traumatic stress disorder that appeared among some medical staff during the Covid-19 pandemic may be related to something else that occurred earlier in their lives.
According to the study published Friday, about 75 percent of the 103 medical personnel included in the study spoke of a trauma not related to their work during the pandemic.
“In 76 percent of workers who developed PTSD, the injury was not associated with the pandemic but rather the stressful nature of work during the pandemic likely increased symptoms or made recovery more difficult,” said Jennifer Weld, clinical psychologist and research team leader.
“There was a clear minority of 24 percent who developed PTSD due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” she added.
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