KTU Medical Microbiology Department Head Prof. Dr. Faruk Aydin pointed out that people who are vaccinated have the risk of spreading the virus as ‘super infectious’. Prof. Dr. Aydın said, “Not all people infected with coronavirus were sick. Some remained carriers and became ‘super infectious’. Although he carried the microorganism, he became asymptomatic and remained ‘super infectious’.
These people were in the society. Now, at the point we come, our vaccinated citizens can carry the microorganism in their throats and transmit it to others, just as they are not sick, just like super infectious.
Let’s not fall into false trust when we vaccinate. We can carry it to others. The vaccines made are not intended to carry this virus in our throat. “
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The most dominant in the country noted that the British variant of the virus, Prof. Dr. Aydın said, “But we know that South African and South American variants exist, albeit in a small number.
We know that these viruses both increase the contagiousness and that the South African and Brazilian variants are less affected by the vaccine.
Even if you are vaccinated, it means that you do not have any defense against the virus that will settle in your throat. This risk is high and it should not be forgotten that the virus can be transmitted if vaccinated and unvaccinated people come together.