With the spread of the covid-19 pandemic, vaccines have been a crucial tool in the fight against the spread of the virus. Since the beginning of the vaccination campaign, several effective vaccines have been developed, each with its strengths and limitations. However, with the emergence of new variants of the virus, such as omicron, scientists have been working tirelessly to develop new vaccines capable of protecting people against these variants.
The good news is that vaccination continues to evolve and adapt to changes in the virus. As of Tuesday (21), seniors aged 65 and over and people aged 12 or over who are immunocompromised will be able to receive the bivalent booster dose against covid-19. This booster dose is a way to ensure that the most vulnerable people are protected against the latest variants of the virus.
The bivalent dose protects against the original strain of covid and the omicron variants. It is important to remember that viruses are mutable and therefore vaccines need to undergo constant evolution to ensure everyone’s safety. The bivalent booster dose is a way to adapt to changes in the virus and ensure that the population is protected.
Vaccines are a fundamental tool in the fight against covid-19. They are safe, effective and lifesaving. It is important that everyone is vaccinated, especially those in risk groups. The bivalent booster dose is one more option available to ensure the protection of the population. If you haven’t been vaccinated yet, look for a vaccination center and do your part in the fight against the pandemic. Together, we can win this battle.