Coronavirus cases are rising sharply in the UK despite widespread vaccination rates, according to research collected by an app. ZOE COVID Study In Britain, there is “only” one symptom of corona that is reported more commonly in those who have been fully vaccinated, but it should be noted that higher cases and deaths do not mean that vaccines do not have the desired effect.
According to a website report,express‘, a new search published from an app shows ZOE COVID Study, which analyzes insights from millions of British citizens, that taking two or more doses of the Corona vaccine not only significantly reduces a person’s risk of contracting the virus, but has also been found to reduce the severity of infection if someone becomes infected.
This indicates that deaths and cases are only a fraction of what they would be in the unvaccinated population, however, the coronavirus can still infect those who have been fully vaccinated, and furthermore, it is still possible to experience the range of symptoms associated with the coronavirus.
Research has shown that the most common symptoms are similar to those of unvaccinated adults, for example, loss of smell, cough, fever, headache and fatigue.
However, all of these symptoms were milder and less frequent by the vaccinated people, and the likelihood of experiencing multiple symptoms was halved in the first week of illness.
The researchers noted that sneezing is the only symptom that has been reported more commonly in people who have been vaccinated with the Corona virus, but despite this, there is a clear decrease in the risk of being sent to the hospital, developing more severe symptoms, or continuing to suffer from long-term symptoms.
Found research published in the journal Lancet Infectious Diseases that adults who received a double vaccine are in fact 47% less likely to be infected with long covid syndrome, and whose symptoms last for 12 weeks or longer, according to the NHS NHS The chances of developing long-term symptoms do not seem to correlate with how sick you are when you first catch COVID-19, as people who had mild symptoms at first still had long-term problems.
Common prolonged symptoms of this syndrome include:
- extreme tiredness (fatigue)
- shortness of breath
- chest pain or tightness
- Problems with memory and concentration (“brain fog”)
- Difficulty sleeping (insomnia).
- Heart palpitations
- Pins and needles
- Joint pain
- depression and anxiety;