Covid-19 vaccine: does the booster dose prolong-t-elle “considerably la durée de l’infectie”?

Tout d’abord, notons que l’article en question n’est pas une étude à proprement parler, mais une correspondence. Dans celle-ci, a team from the Massachusetts General Hospital, établissement rattaché à la prestigeuse faculty of medicine in Harvard, in Boston, carried out during two weeks des PCR and mis en culture les prelèvements chez 66 patients atteints du Covid-19.

The collected data made it possible to evaluate the duration of virus excretion in patients infected by the Omicron variant. Or, d’après la lecture que certains en font, l’analyse de ces informations montrerait surtout que la third dose “considerably delays the end of the infection”. According to leurs chiffres, including reprinted in a blog article that went viral over the weekend, “31% of people boosted” were “Encore contagieuses ten days after l’infectie” against “6% chez les non-vaccinées”. “In other words, people who received a booster shot were five times more likely to still be contagious in the days after infection than those who were not vaccinated.”concluded the author of this blog, already epinglé par le passé pour avoir diffusion de fausses information sur la vaccination.

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