CoviShield vaccine does not pose threat: Ukrainian medics hold flash mob to support vaccination

Source : 112 Ukraine

According to the Ukrainian doctors, the vaccine does not build in DNA, does not change the immune system but it forces the immunity to prepare antibodies for the virus germ
13:11, 9 March 2021

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Ukrainian medics held a flash mob “I am doctor, I vaccinate’ aiming to dispel myths about vaccination by CoviShield drug. The medical employees get vaccination publicly and share their feelings on social networks as Ukrinform reported.

“The vaccine does not pose a threat in no case. It does not build in your DNA. It does not change your immune system. It does not weaken the immunity. Instead, the vaccine forces the immunity to prepare antibodies for the virus germ and be ready that the virus gets into the body and the immunity will kill it or you will have a mild disease,” family doctor Olena Mateichuk said, she vaccinated by CoviShield two days ago.

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Eye specialist of Myrhorod hospital Iryna Dyshleva who work with Covid-19 patients got vaccinated together with her parents by CoviShield.

“This drug is produced at the world leader plant on production of the vaccines. 65% of the vaccines are produced at this plant in India. This vaccine passed all clinical studies to be enabled for extensive use. The vaccine is definitely safe,” Dyshleva said.

The medic employees had the flash mob as a response to the messages on the social networks that people who recovered from Covid-19 do not need vaccination.

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As we reported, Israel and Ukraine hold talks on the recognition of the vaccination passports for tourism. However, the signing process is hampered by the Israeli government as it does not recognize the Indian vaccine against Covid-19 CoviShield used in Ukraine.


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