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Available antiviral options against SARS-COV-2 replication

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The Covid-19 pandemic is caused by a novel coronavirus strain SARS-Cov-2. To date, no specific drug has been identified to treat the pandemic.

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COVID-19 vaccine allergy

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Health agencies have done their best in coming up with vaccines that offer the body protection against Covid-19 infection. While some people might be enthusiastic about the vaccines and readily go for them, there is a group that is skeptical and will never think of getting the vaccines.

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COVID Vaccine

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December 2019 to December saw a steady increase in the new infection and death cases related to Covid-19. Shortly after the pandemic struck, health agencies set on working tirelessly to develop vaccines that could offer protection against the Covid-19 disease.

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COVID-19 Pandemic

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A pandemic refers to the epidemic of an infectious disease that has spread across a large region, for instance, multiple continents or the entire world, and affecting a substantial number of people. It can also be defined as a widespread endemic disease with a stable number of infected people is not a pandemic.

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How antibody and vaccine relate

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With new diseases such as Covid- 19 setting in and the already existing diseases becoming more mutant, there is a need for the health agency to develop vaccines. There are vaccines for most of the common diseases like polio, measles, tuberculosis, diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus, and even Covid- 19.

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Vaccine effectiveness

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Vaccine effectiveness refers to how well a vaccine works when used in the natural environment. In other words, it is the indicator of the vaccine’s ability to prevent the outcomes of interest in the ‘real world.’

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Vaccine efficacy

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Vaccine efficacy refers to the percentage by which a disease reduces among the people who receive vaccination in a clinical trial. Therefore, vaccine efficacy is an indication of how well the vaccine can work, given that the conditions are most favorable and the uptake is up to 100%.

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