2021-09-13

Greece newly diagnosed 1,319 cases in areas with low vaccination rates are more prone to mutations?

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China News Service, September 13th. According to the Greek “China-Greece Times” report, on the evening of September 12 local time, the Greek National Public Health Organization announced that in the past 24 hours, Greece had added 1,319 new cases of new coronary pneumonia. 615,157 cases were confirmed; 28 new deaths were added, with a total of 14169 deaths.

Greece newly diagnosed 1,319 cases in areas with low vaccination rates are more prone to mutations?

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According to reports, a few days ago, Georgia Gula, associate professor of microbiology at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, pointed out that areas with low vaccination rates are more prone to virus mutations. Gula emphasized: “The virus can spread unimpeded in areas with low vaccination rates, and vaccination is helpful to prevent the virus from mutating.”

Same at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki The working associate professor of clinical pharmacology George Papazesis, citing a recent statement from the World Health Organization, emphasized that the immunity produced by vaccines is more effective than natural immunity, and the government should work harder to promote vaccination.

Papazesis also said, “Vaccines can provide us with multiple protections through multiple mechanisms, so we should not only focus on the antibody concentration after vaccination. After vaccination, our body Not only will it produce antibodies, but it can also mobilize lymphocytes, CD4 cells, CD8 cells and memory cells to provide a rapid immune response.”

In addition, a set of research data to be published shows that people with a history of illness can be vaccinated with one If the vaccine is administered, the antibody concentration in the body will be higher than that of a person who is not ill and has been vaccinated with two doses. (Zhu Tianhao)