Two Doses Of Covishield 16% Did Not Produce Antibodies, Required Booster: ICMR
It has been observed that in the age of 65 and above, co-morbidity patients do not produce enough antibodies.
Even after taking two Covishield vaccines, the body will not produce antibodies and they will have to take a booster vaccine. Such is the advice of a team of experts from the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR).
ICMR conducted a survey. It was found that about 16.1 percent of the body did not produce antibodies even after taking two doses. This means that even after receiving the vaccine, their bodies will not be able to cope with the delta species. In this case you may have to take a booster.
It has been observed that in the age of 65 and above, co-morbidity patients do not produce enough antibodies. Experts say they received the booster vaccine in a survey report by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR).
T. Jacob John, a former head of the Department of Microbiology at Christian Medical College in Vellore, said: “It doesn’t mean that antibodies don’t fit in the body. The antibodies were low, so they weren’t caught. ”
“People who don’t have antibodies have diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease,” he said. But for the time being, they are healthy and strong people. They are over 65 years old. It is believed that antibodies were not made in their body. And immunity has not been developed. They may need a third booster vaccine to make enough antibodies. “