Coronavirus vaccine: Must you get vaccinated even when you’ve had COVID earlier than? This is what analysis has discovered


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Many are still brimming with the confusion of whether or not they can take the COVID vaccine if they have had the coronavirus infection before.

According to a recent study published in medical journal The Lancet, it is extremely important that people who have already contracted the virus once in the past must get themselves vaccinated in any case.

The study looked at the data of around 4 million people who had taken multiple COVID tests to see whether they were infected with the coronavirus and if they were then how susceptible were they to reinfection.

While 2 percent of over 530,000 people tested positive for the virus, 0.65 percent tested positive again later that year, compared to 3.3 percent of those who had tested negative during the first wave. That suggested that people who had already contracted the virus had 80% protection against reinfection.

However, the protection rate dropped considerably down to 47 per cent for people over the age of 65.

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