Omicron – Which vaccines do not provide protection against the new variant – New York Times

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Chills for those who have not been vaccinated with mRNA, ie Pfizer and Moderna, as according to a New York Times article, adenovirus vaccines offer almost no defense against Omicron.

What are these:

AstraZeneca
Johnson & Johnson
Sinopharm
Sinovac
Sputnik

An increasing volume of preliminary research shows that the Covid-19 vaccines used in most parts of the world offer almost no protection against infection by the highly contagious Omicron variant.

All vaccines still appear to provide a significant degree of protection against serious diseases from Omicron, which is the most critical target.

However, only Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, when boosted with booster dose, appear to be successful in stopping infections, and these vaccines are not available in most parts of the world.

Other vaccines – including those from AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, and vaccines made in China and Russia – do not appear to be effective in stopping the pandemic from spreading.

The Moderna vaccine (mRNA), on the other hand, appears to increase the antibody against Homicron 37-fold with the 3rd dose.

For the unvaccinated, CDC research has shown that they are 20 times more likely to die and 10 times more likely to be infected.

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