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Omicron|Omi Keron: Reasons why two doses of vaccine will be effective if three doses are ineffective-BBC News

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  • James Gallagher
  • BBC Health and Science Correspondent

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The new variant of the new crown disease virus Omicron (Omicron) is coming aggressively, which has severely weakened the protection of the human body against the new crown virus.

Two doses of the new crown vaccine have almost no protective effect on Omi Keron. At most, it can greatly reduce the chance of severe illness and prevent the patient from needing to be admitted to the hospital for treatment.

When the current new coronavirus vaccine was first developed, it was aimed at the first new coronavirus that first appeared two years ago.

So if the first two doses of the vaccine are ineffective against Omi Keron, why would the third dose of vaccine be effective? Regardless of which vaccine is used, it is aimed at the earliest new coronavirus, not a new vaccine developed against a new variant of the virus.

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