January 22 According to a report by the China-Greek Times, a designated hospital for the novel coronavirus in Greece issued a statement on the 20th that a doctor tested positive for nucleic acid 15 days after receiving the first dose of vaccine.
Experts appeal to the public to pay attention to and strictly abide by epidemic prevention measures.
On the evening of January 21, local time, the Greek National Public Health Organization announced that in the past 24 hours, 509 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Greece, with a total of 150,479 confirmed cases; 25 new deaths on that day, with a total of 5,570 deaths.
It is reported that the University Hospital of Thessaloniki, a designated hospital for the novel coronavirus in Greece, issued a statement on the health status of vaccination doctors on the 20th.
One of the 35-year-old fever clinic doctor tested positive for nucleic acid 15 days after the first dose of vaccine. At present, the symptoms are not serious and he is quarantined at home.
Panageotis Pantriadis, director of the University Hospital of Thessaloniki, said that the fever clinic doctor developed cough, fever and other symptoms on the 17th, and the nucleic acid test was positive.
According to the introduction, he was vaccinated 15 days before the symptoms appeared. The doctor has no more serious symptoms for the time being, is in home quarantine, and has not been hospitalized.
According to the report, Mihalis Gianakos, president of the Pan-Hellenic Federation of Employees of Public Hospitals, called on the public to pay attention to it, strictly abide by epidemic prevention measures, and be basically safe after at least two doses of vaccines are completed.
Pantriadis said more cautiously: “I was vaccinated for the second dose on January 19th and still wore a mask all the time.
This doctor’s example tells us that even if you’re vaccinated, we can’t let our guard down.” He also stressed that only when a vaccination rate of 60% to 70% can the group’s immune level be trusted.
Recently, Manoris Delmikitakis, a professor at the Greek School of Genetics, who works at the University of Geneva, said, “Although we have nothing to worry about at this stage, we must note that the number of COVID-19 cases is still increasing at the same time as vaccination programs are going on.”
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variant virus news Delmikitakis said: “So we must continue to observe the variants of the virus, whether it is now known variant strains or other new variant strains around the world.
This way we can prevent variant viruses that cannot be dealt with by vaccines, thus controlling the spread of variant strains.
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