The best ways protection against COVID-19


Not all US citizens are in a hurry to get vaccinated against COVID-19. The US government has developed many measures that can increase the number of vaccinated and reduce the risk of an outbreak. Therefore, this week the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will make the final decision on the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine from COVID-19.

Authorities said they would discuss all the nuances of using this vaccine, but most of the facts speak to the positive effects of its use. Therefore, the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine has every chance of being certified in the United States and is widely used throughout the country.

The Office has developed a plan for the implementation of this vaccine after its approval. Therefore, it remains only to wait for the final decision of management. Authorities believe that the use of Pfizer / BioNTech is an excellent opportunity to encourage vaccination.

Full approval is expected to lead to more vaccine requirements and possibly increase their use by some people who do not consider vaccination.

Today, the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine is used in the United States for emergencies for people over 12 years of age.

The Pfizer vaccine is used in Israel widely. A few days ago, the Israeli authorities stated that two doses of this vaccine were not enough to obtain a high level of protection. Doctors believe that Israeli citizens should receive a third dose of the vaccine for stronger protection. Studies have shown that the third dose provides five to six times stronger protection than two. Patients over the age of 60 who received the third dose of the vaccine were significantly better protected against infection and serious complications with COVID-19 than those who received two vaccinations.

Israeli vaccination experts have found that ten days after the third injection, the degree of protection against severe coronavirus disease increases by 5-6 times.

Thus, the third dose reduces the risk of hospitalization and reduces the burden on the country’s medical system. In the same number of times, respectively, the risk of hospitalization is reduced. The third dose of the coronavirus vaccine is administered to citizens over the age of 60 in Israel from July 30.

In addition, some scientists claim that vaccination is only one of the mandatory methods of protection against COVID-19. The expert from Japan is convinced that physical activity affects the possibility of infection with COVID-19, as well as the course and consequences of this disease.

According to a study by US residents, people who regularly spend time on sports are less likely to develop serious illnesses when they become infected with “Delta”.

Researchers have found that daily moderate exercise helps to halve the risk of severe illness and death from it.

Also, physical activity helps reduce the risk of serious health consequences. In general, scientists claim that 150 minutes of exercise a week reduces the risk of viral infections in general.

A group of scientists in the United States conducted a study of the impact of lifestyle on COVID infection. The researchers studied the lifestyle of employees of one company and found that people who lead an inactive lifestyle were more likely to suffer from COVID, had a more severe form of the disease, and suffered from the negative effects of COVID on their health.

Thus, the researchers studied additional facts and found that inactive Americans have a severe form of COVID several times more often than those who train daily. At the same time, the probability of death from infection with COVID-19 was 2.49 times higher. Scientists say that 10 minutes of exercise is not enough to strengthen the immune system and protect the functions of your body. You need to put enough strain on your muscles, lungs, and heart to get results.

The results of studies, in general, indicate that physical activity reduces the possibility of complications after COVID-19. Only 150 minutes a week can protect you from COVID-19 infection and its negative consequences.

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