Although many are still reluctant to take the third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, the British Health Care Agency has released statistics showing that the third vaccine is actually effective.
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According to data collected in the UK, 52% of dose recipients are protected from being hospitalized. Two weeks after the second injection, the protection rate rises to 72%, but after 25 weeks it drops again to 52%.
In response, the third dose increases the effectiveness of the vaccine against hospitalization by 88%.
Other scientific studies have suggested that the Omigron variant may affect the upper respiratory tract, such as the nose, throat, and trachea.
On the other hand, the lungs store more Omigron than other types of Govit-19.