The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted full-use approval to Pfizer-BioNTech’s mRNA-based coronavirus vaccine. Experts who gave this approval after examining the data of 44 thousand people may cause a new era to begin both in the USA and in other countries.
who have taken our lives captive since the beginning of 2020. coronavirus pandemisinin The only cure seems to be a vaccine, at least for now. In numerous statements made by scientists, it is stated that people should be vaccinated as soon as possible. However, a substantial group of people who are against the vaccine, unsure about the safety of the vaccine Saying that, it gets in the way of herd immunity. Now, there has been an important development that can relieve the anti-vaccine people.
US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to the mRNA-based coronavirus vaccine co-produced by Pfizer and BioNTech. granted full use consent. Thus, this vaccine has settled in a much more solid place in the scientific world. Because the full use approval of the vaccine, the vaccine is available across the country. may be required means.
Full use approval was given after examining the data of 44 thousand people
FDA’s full-use approval of Pfizer and BioNTech’s coronavirus vaccine, among them TurkeyIt was given after examining data from 44,000 people who had been vaccinated in the USA, South Africa, South America and the European Union. The US Food and Drug Administration approved the coronavirus vaccine, which has been applied in Turkey for a long time, in December last year. emergency use approval had given.
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The information served by The Washington Post is based on the vaccination process not only in the USA, but worldwide It means the beginning of a new era. Because, according to experts, the full use approval given by the FDA allows people to know about the vaccine. persuasion to be will provide. This way, more people will be vaccinated. In addition, with this decision, the necessity of vaccination may come into play in some countries.