BioNTech/Pfizer Vaccine May Prevent Virus Transmission, Study Says

According to researchers from Sheba Medical Center in Israel, the vaccine can produce such a strong immune response that it can prevent the transmission of the coronavirus between individuals.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Researchers from Sheba Medical Center in Israel on Wednesday, January 20th, presented the results of a study with 102 subjects administered the two doses of the BioNTech/Pfizer vaccine against Covid-19 with a hitherto unprecedented perspective.

According to the group of scientists, the vaccine can produce such a strong immune response that it can prevent the transmission of the coronavirus between individuals.

The study has not yet been published and there is no further evidence regarding the vaccine's capacity to reduce transmissibility. For this reason, physical distancing measures and mask wearing are still required . . .

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