However, use of vaccines prevents serious illness, hospitalization, and death, while appropriate behavioral use of COVID-19 prevents infection.
“In terms of antibodies, T-cell immunity, etc.
NITI member Aayog, Health, Dr VK Paul, said: “The reality is that vaccination protection and natural immune defense do not fully guarantee that a person will not be re-infected again. .”
He says this issue is being discussed continuously all over the world including India and this fact has to be accepted.
On the question of a third dose for everyone left when enough vaccines are available, he said that all such decisions are made based on scientific need.
“The first consideration is scientific need, then other considerations such as programmatic considerations, epidemiology.
These decisions are being made keeping all points of view. All such considerations are under constant scientific study, he said.