There has been an increase in Coronavirus cases among those who have had two vaccinations. Data released shows five of the most common symptoms Covid sufferers experience after they have been doubly vaccinated.
Test and Trace app data shows a 6% increase in Covid cases in England last week; this marks the first time since July there has been an increase.
One hundred ninety thousand five hundred eight (190,508) people tested positive for Coronavirus between 5-11 August, according to The Mirror, and the UK government is considering providing booster shots with this autumn.
As reported by the ZOE Symptom Study App, an app used by anyone feeling unwell to log their symptoms every day, the most common amongst those fully vaccinated with a runny nose, a sore throat, headache, an unpleasant smell or loss of smell, and sneezing.
Professor Tim Spector stated: “The number of cases is likely to remain high for at least a few weeks or months. It means you are at risk of getting infected.
“Regardless of how many times you have been vaccinated, it’s important to watch out for any new symptoms because we can see how less effective these vaccines become as time goes on.”
In addition, Professor Spector warns that vaccination immunity may wane in those who were vaccinated years ago. The younger ages seem to drop, and the older ages are increasing, according to him.
“The older groups had all their vaccinations.
“Although vaccinations may not completely prevent infections, they reduce the risk of serious illnesses and hospitalizations.”.
It didn’t mean you couldn’t get sick even if you were double vaccinated.”
The NHS is under pressure to update its website, stating the three earliest flu symptoms: fever, taste and smell changes, and a cough.
There is also a warning for those who have had both Covid vaccinations there are 21 symptoms; they should watch out for these.
Although you may have received both doses of Covid-19, you need to be vigilant and well aware of the signs that you could still have it.
Prof Neil Ferguson, a member of SAGE, stated: “Case numbers have plateaued and are relatively high, which are approximately 30,000 cases per day.
“It’s sobering to be in that position as we enter September because of the low contact rate since a gigantic wave doesn’t have that many contacts during school holidays.
“And we’ll be reopening schools, and people will go back to their offices.
There is a possibility of quite an enormous wave of infection in December.”
According to more recent data, 33,904 new positive cases were registered yesterday, an increase of 7.6 per cent over the previous week.
A total of 655 Covid deaths have been reported this week, an increase of 7.9% over the week before.