“The small archipelago nation of Seychelles, northeast of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean, has emerged as the world’s most vaccinated country for COVID-19. Despite this, there has been a recent surge in cases, with 37 percent of new active cases and 20 percent of hospital cases being fully vaccinated.” [Source: Medicalexpress.com]
With COVID-19 vaccines being based on unproven technologies that are still at the experimental stage, questions about their efficacy against mutated forms of the virus have inevitably arisen.
Notably, therefore, despite widespread uptake of COVID-19 vaccines in Seychelles, there are increasing reports of the so-called South African coronavirus variant circulating there. Of all the variants discovered so far, the South African one reportedly shows the greatest ability to escape current vaccines. The AstraZeneca vaccine is said to have no more than 10 percent efficacy against it, for example. Significantly, of the 71 percent of Seychelles citizens who have had at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, 43 percent of them were given the AstraZeneca vaccine.
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