Mgbasa ozi Booster – Nchegbu zuru ụwa ọnụ maka mgbochi ogologo oge yana ụdị ọhụrụ Covid19 emeela ka ụfọdụ mba kwenye ibuga Covid Booster Shots.
There is a risk that these are more infectious and dangerous than the original Covid19 virus.
Imirikiti ndị nọ n'ihe ize ndụ enwetala ọgwụ mgbochi abụọ ma nwee nchekwa nke ọma.
UK NHS na -adụ ọdụ na mmemme nkwalite ọ bụla nwere ike ịmalite na Septemba 2021.
Nke a ga-eme ka nchekwa dị elu karịa ndị kachasị nwee ike ibute COVID-19 tupu ọnwa oyi.
Ọrịa / Influenza vaccines are typically delivered in autumn.
The NHS considers that, ebe enwere ike, ijikọ aka na nnyefe nke COVID-19 na ịgba ọgwụ mgbochi ọrịa influenza nwere ike ịkwado nnyefe yana bulie elu nke ọgwụ mgbochi abụọ ahụ..
It is highly likely that over-50s and those at risk will be offered a booster at the same time as a flu jab, with the programme expected to begin in early September.
Data from Public Health England suggesting the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine is 96% effective and the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine is 92% effective against hospital admission after two doses.
Many Harley Street Clinics are likely to offer the combined jabs to help assist the Covid Booster jab rollout – please express your interest here.