COVID-19: How is the vaccine changing infection rates?

January 19, 2021 44 Views

The vaccine rollout is taking place all over the country, but scientists are still analysing how vaccines could impact infection rates.

Latest figures for the UK show one-in-10 people tested positive for COVID-19 in December, and those who have recovered will now have antibodies. This new data could change the way modelers calculate the trajectory of the outbreak.

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  1. They are just going to keep moving the goal posts backwards until we don’t remember what life used to be like.

    Does anyone have any suggestions as to why the government wants complete control over a crippled society??

  2. Really people are tired of your over reaction incorrect reporting of statistics and lack of real journalism everyone carries the Corona virus human body holds hundreds the vaccine is a lie – THERE IS A CURE. STOP frightening people its COVID is a corona flu virus – found a vaccine to stop flu yet NO.

  3. The weather in Israel is currently at its coldest and wettest part of the season. It will clear up once the days are longer, temperatures are higher and weather is drier.
    Then there will be another mutant strain, as Winter starts and people shelter indoors together. Same story all over the world.