Will vaccination against coronavirus in Georgia be annual?  Expert opinion

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Will vaccination against coronavirus in Georgia be annual? Expert opinion

Will vaccination against coronavirus in Georgia be annual? Expert opinion

In the not too distant future, vaccinations against coronavirus and influenza can be done at the same time, and this will become a regular process. This is what the leader thinks … 12.01.2022, Sputnik Georgia

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Vaccination against coronavirus may become annual. This is the head of the national group of immunization advisers, medical director of the Central Children’s Hospital. Iashvili, Professor Ivane Chkhaidze said at the Sputnik Georgia Multimedia Press Center, speaking about the pandemic, vaccination, the spread of the omicron strain and how the coronavirus epidemic has changed life in Georgia. like vaccination against influenza – once a year. That is, in October is the best period. We think that the coronavirus will become seasonal and the peak incidence will be in winter and early spring, “Chkhaidze said. YOUTUBE! “So in October we will simultaneously vaccinate a risk group against both influenza and coronavirus. There will be a general vaccine that will contain antibodies against both influenza and coronavirus. And most likely, one dose will be enough. it’s just my theory, most likely such vaccines will already appear at the end of 2022. Give one injection and you will be free for a whole year! ” – said Chkhaidze.

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In the not too distant future, vaccinations against coronavirus and influenza can be done at the same time, and this will become a regular process. So says the head of the national group of immunization advisers, Professor Ivane Chkhaidze

Vaccination against coronavirus may become annual. This is the head of the national group of immunization advisers, medical director of the Central Children’s Hospital. Iashvili, Professor Ivane Chkhaidze said at the Sputnik Georgia Multimedia Press Center, speaking about the pandemic, vaccinations, the spread of the omicron strain and how the coronavirus epidemic has changed life in Georgia.

“There is a scenario that from 2022, vaccination against coronavirus will be offered as vaccination against influenza – once a year. That is, in October is the best period. We think that the coronavirus will become seasonal and the peak incidence will be in winter and at the beginning spring “, – said Chkhaidze.

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“So in October we will simultaneously vaccinate a risk group against both the flu and the coronavirus. There will be a general vaccine that will contain antibodies against both the influenza virus and the coronavirus. And most likely, one dose will be enough. theory, most likely, such vaccines will already appear at the end of 2022. Give one injection and you will be free for a whole year! ” – said Chkhaidze.

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