In an interview with Acesparks on Wednesday, U.S. surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murti said there was reason to hope that those who received the one-time Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine could be protected from the delta variant of the virus.
The murky Oxford-AstraZeneca shot showed the data shown very effective against infectious option hospitalization. He also said that people should view the AstraZeneca vaccine as a “cousin” to J&J’s shot because it is “built on the same platform”.
“We are still waiting for direct research on Johnson and Johnson and the delta option, there are reasons to be optimistic, because the J&J vaccine is a hospitalization and o’ with all the options we have seen. lim has proven to be more effective against prevention. to date, “Murti said,” with News Shepard Smith. “
WHO officials have urged fully vaccinated people to continue wearing masks, stay away from social distance and take other safety measures related to the pandemic as the delta option spreads around the world.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed on Wednesday that it will instruct state and local health officials to issue instructions on wearing masks.
Murty said the CDC’s guidelines are based on giving people flexibility.
“The CDC in its guidelines basically gave people flexibility and choice, but they wanted people to know that if you were fully vaccinated, there was less risk of contracting or contracting this virus, so there were no masks. If you are vaccinated, it will be required indoors or outdoors, ”Merti said.
Authorized vaccines from Moderna, Pfizer-BioNTech and Johnson & Johnson have shown high efficacy in the prevention of Covid, especially against severe disease and death.