Co-founder and CEO of BiotechnologyUgur Sahin warned of the possibility of a resurgence of COVID-19 on Wednesday, 16, in light of the delta variable of the coronavirus linked to rising cases in India.
“In the UK, where about 50% of people have already taken the second dose, the delta variant is still increasing,” Shaheen said at the Barrons conference. The CEO said it’s a reason to stay vigil against the virus.
“If we are not careful and careful enough, we may face, in certain areas, a fourth wave,” Shaheen warned. Such an outcome could be avoided if the sweeteners were kept on standby and opened slowly. He said looking at COVID-19 data, such as infection rates, would also be critical.
“If the numbers are going down, that’s fine. But if they’re increasing, we can move on to the next wave,” he said. Shaheen anticipates the need for booster doses, as antibody levels have fallen six months after full vaccination.
“Since antibody numbers are associated with protection, it makes sense at any time that we use the booster,” he said. This can happen six to nine months after a person is fully vaccinated, although it suggests that ultimately the final decision will be made by governments.
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