OHA: 168 vaccinated Oregon residents tested positive for the virus.
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PORTLAND, Ore. (PORTLAND TRIBUNE) ̵1; Fewer Oregon residents who were vaccinated continued to test positive for the new coronavirus – and three died, according to the Oregon Health Authority.
The OHA reports that 168 vaccinated people in 25 Oregon counties had been tested positive for COVID-19 at least 14 days after their last vaccination.
This “successful case”, because the phenomenon is officially called, is not unexpected and can be prevented with simple steps such as cloaking and detachment while in public.
“It is a reminder that even though Pfizer, Modernna and Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine against COVID-19 is highly effective in preventing severe COVID-19 morbidity and mortality, it is not a cure for coronavirus. But no vaccine is 100% effective, and there will be a case of vaccine development, ”the press release.
Authorities said about 76 successful cases were reported in the metro region, 29 in the region including Marion, Polk and Linn districts, and the rest were scattered across the rest of the state. The location of the deceased was not yet disclosed.
More than 1.4 million Oregon residents have been prodded in the arm at least once, compared with about 170,000 people who have tested positive for COVID since the outbreak began more than a year ago. Nearly 2,500 deaths have been linked to the disease.
Most of the successful individuals experienced “asymptomatic infection” and were tested for COVID-19 according to the situation, experts said, but 11% of those who tested positive were admitted to an internal hospital. 30 days, even if the OHA says they are over 65 or have an underlying health condition
“State and local epidemiologists are continually monitoring and investigating vaccine development cases and are working closely with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to gather information that may provide insights into the traits associated with the disease. “Vaccine development” according to a press release
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