Take care! A Japanese medical worker infected with the new crown after being vaccinated by Pfizer
China News Service, April 7th. According to a report from the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK) on the 6th, a few days ago, a Japanese medical worker was still diagnosed with the new crown virus shortly after receiving the first dose of Pfizer’s new crown vaccine. In view of this, the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare Research Group called for “immunity will not develop immediately after vaccination, so protective measures still need to be taken after vaccination.”
p > According to reports, the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare Research Group stated that according to a medical institution’s report, this female medical worker was in her 20s and was vaccinated with Pfizer’s new crown vaccine in late February 2021 and was diagnosed with infection after vaccination. The time of receipt of the notification was 6 days after the medical staff received the first dose of the vaccine. The possibility of infection occurring after the vaccination is higher.
The Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare Research Group pointed out that currently, about 19,000 medical workers in Japan have been vaccinated, and the infection is confirmed after vaccination, which is the first case.
The research class also called for: “After vaccination, antibodies will not increase immediately. It is estimated that it will take about 14 days from the first dose of vaccine to the formation of a certain degree of immunity. I hope everyone will continue to protect themselves.”