L ‘Ireland Faces a particularly difficult situation to spread Kovid-19, Which leads to a new wave of deaths and hospitalizations. Of the hospitals in the country, it is just below 5 million inhabitants (Same number as the population of Veneto), yes 513 patients Admitted to hospitals with Kovid-19, Of which 97 In critical condition in the intensive care unit. These are the large numbers that have brought the country back to the nightmare of the epidemic: since early March, and now 8 months ago, there have not been so many patients in Irish hospitals. Yet Ireland has one of the best vaccination performance in the world: 91.5% People over the age of 12 get vaccinated, which is higher than in Italy.
Doctors’ reactions are particularly harsh and controversial. Head of Medical Office in the Country, Tony Holohan (Picture), he said “Vaccines do not work as well as we would expect in terms of preventing infection“, It adds”Vaccination alone is not enough to prevent the spread of the disease“Even if you are given a double dose, people are encouraged to carefully follow anti-infective measures (hand hygiene, distance, use of masks, and isolation in case of symptoms).”People were also vaccinated – He actually added Holohan – They can become infected and spread the virus by infecting them. Unfortunately, just because we have been vaccinated does not mean that we can not do without other controls and all the precautions against the epidemic, and I believe that no country in the world can think of focusing only on the vaccination process.The country’s medical committee has not ruled out the possibility of restoration of closures and restrictions if the number of cases and hospital admissions continues to rise.
Trying to explain what is happening, Holohan A “Collective relaxation of behaviors after vaccination“The new wave caused the infection.
And National Director of the Intensive Care Unit at Irish Public Hospitals; Liam Woods, She expressed concern about the increased pressure of Kovid admission into hospitals while still a doctor Anne MooreVaccine specialist at the University College Cork School of Biochemistry, the cause of the increase in cases “”Vaccine that prevents transmission“, Underscores how the effectiveness of vaccination has declined over time and therefore how the theme of a third dose, which has not yet been on the country’s agenda, should be placed. “The government should go ahead with the vaccination and immediately approve the third dose for health workers, the elderly and then everyone else. I believe everyone should get a third dose as soon as possible, otherwise we will see a huge increase in the number of cases even among those who have been vaccinated.“.
In a very worrying situation, 90% of people in Italy who have been vaccinated are considered to have the ultimate goal of using the words of top government officials, under the illusion that they need to move to a “new stage”. In Ireland they reached 91%, which was not enough.