Director of Institute: “Those, who infected with COVID-19, may not to be vaccinated in the first stage”
- 15 December 2020
“If a person has recovered from coronavirus for 4-5 months, there is not need for the person’s vaccination,” said the Director of the Scientific Research Institute of Medical Prevention named after Vali Akhundov, Professor Adil Allahverdiyev at today’s briefing of Operational Headquarters, APA reports.
According to A. Allahverdiyev, but there is a danger of re-infection of the person with the virus for the second time: “The person may infect with the virus for the second time. If antibodies appeared in patient’s body in the first infection, it is possible to experience the disease not critical. But if the patient experienced the disease and the immune did not appear against the disease in the patient’s body, that person may both re-infect and experience it in severe form. But those, who infected with the virus are not planned to be immediately vaccinated in, for example, Turkey and other countries. They will be involved in vaccination in the next stage. Those, who infected with COVID-19, may not be vaccinated in the first stage.”