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COVID-19 vaccines in India have demonstrated which of the below benefits

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Yes vaccination is reducing risk of mortality I don't think they effective in preventing asymptomatic infection as we are experiencing manifestations in asymptomatic as well as after 1st dose Question of previously infected persons is relevant only if vaccinated after 8to12 weeks of recovery otherwise effectiveness of vaccines in post exposure is questionable

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SUGGESTIVE. OF... ...* D *..... REDN. IN. RISKS. ........AFTER. Ist. DOSE.....(...IN. ..CONFIRMED. SEVERE. COVID 19. INFECTION....*AFTER* .....*TAKING. FIRST. DOSE*....) AS. FAR. AS... ..RATE../ RISK...... OF..MORTALITY. IS CONCERNED....THERE. IS. INSUFFICIENT. EVIDENCE/ DATA....TO... ..PROVE OR. DISAPPROVE......

A.) Risk of mortality is reduced . And Severity and time duration is significantly reduced.

Risk mortality is reduced ..More research in the field of vaccine is demand of time for 100% reduction of mortality .

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A. Risk of mortality is reduced.

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It is very early to definitely say anything. What % of population vaccinated have mild or severe symptoms has to be calculated. Chunk of nation is yet to be vaccinated. May be at the end of year we will be able to give proper predictions.

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risk of mortality is reduced

Though major chunk of Doctors here agreed with A... Mortality issue. Still Vaccines are not the treatment. We need to find a treatment yet And Also The point here is even though a person is getting Vaccinated He still needs to follow the Quarantine rules and maintain Social distance

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As per my observation in Gujarat many more doctors were infected in first wave, but in second wave the graph is so lower, it may be due to VACCINATION.

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