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Preliminary data indicate COVID-19 vaccines remain effective against severe disease and hospitalisation caused by the Omicron variant, European Medicines Agency

Source
European Medicines Agency
Year of publication
2022
Abstract
Results from recently published studies show that vaccine effectiveness against symptomatic disease is lower for Omicron than for other variants and tends to wane over time. As a result, more vaccinated people are likely to develop breakthrough disease due to Omicron. However, these studies also show that vaccination continues to provide a high level of protection against severe disease and hospitalisation linked to the Omicron variant.
Date added
14/01/2022
Created by
Sylvia Shelton
Published by
Current Awareness Service for Health