Paediatrician Zen Aldeen: No considerably big differences between corona vaccines

The currently admitted Covid-vaccines all are a big gain, explains Ezdehar Zen Aldeen in a video interview with tünews INTERNATIONAL. Zen Aldeen came to Germany four years ago from Syria. She currently works as a vaccinator in the corona vaccination center in the District of Tübingen and received her own vaccination three months ago. She differentiates between the vaccines mainly on the basis of their method of production. On the one hand there are mRNA vaccines like BioNTech, Pfizer or Moderna. On the other hand there are vector vaccines like AstraZeneca or Johnson and Johnson. They differ slightly in effectiveness, the beginning of vaccine protection and the vaccine responses. However, the effectiveness of between 75 and 95 percent is in all cases high enough to largely protect people from severe courses of infection, she says. Furthermore, she adds, the beginning of vaccine protection between one and two weeks is also sufficient. Many people are affected by vaccine responses only after the second vaccination with mRNA vaccines, whereas the vector vaccines are more likely to trigger responses after the first vaccine. Zen Aldeen hopes that most people will be able to get vaccinated soon, regardless of the vaccine.

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Interview Wolfgang Sannwald with paediatrician Ezdehar Zen Aldeen on 4.5.2021



Das Impfzentrum in Tübingen. Foto: tünews INTERNATIONAL / Mostafa Elyasian.

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