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Latest coronavirus news: Two doses of AstraZeneca vaccine offer over 80 percent protection against Indian variants, according to PHE study
Big weddings will resume in Germany from June 21st to ban British travelers amid fears of outrage from the Indian family doctor variant over the number of appointments, according to a new government study, either the AstraZeneca vaccine or the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine prevent over 80 percent an infection by the Indian variant. Data released by Public Health England also showed the two doses provided 87 percent protection from the Kent variant, discovered earlier this year. The results of the study were presented at a meeting of the Government Advisory Group on New and Emerging Respiratory Virus Threats (Nervtag). It comes after a genomic sequencing expert warned that the Indian variant, known as B. 1.617.2, could be 50 percent more transmissible than other variants in a “worst-case scenario”. Dr. Jeffrey Barrett, director of Covid-19 genomics at the Sanger Institute, told the BBC’s Today program, “I think there is a significant growth in what anyone can see from the numbers reported week after week.” today it would be 20 or 30 percent instead of 50 percent (more contagious than the Kent variant). However, there is still uncertainty that 50 percent could be a reasonable worst-case scenario. “Follow the latest updates below.