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Covid-19 vaccines are working ‘spectacularly well’ say experts – Wales Online

Scientists say they are “overall very, very impressed” with the jabs



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New data suggests that the Covid-19 vaccines are reducing a person’s risk of being hospitalised by as much as 94 per cent four weeks after their first dose.
Research from Scotland shows that a month after having the initial dose of the Oxford jab, a person’s risk of hospital admission reduces by around 94 per cent.
The AstraZeneca vaccine “works, and it works in older people” according to the Government’s chief scientific adviser Sir Patrick Vallance.
And those who had the Pfizer jab had a reduction…

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