Vaccination reduces the risks of catching the coronavirus, suffering severe complications, and dying.
The said can be proved, among other things, by a WHO study held in Georgia. The study shows that:
a) as little as 0.19% fully vaccinated citizens in Georgia within the scope of the study have been re-infected;
b) vaccinated citizens catching the virus again show no or mild symptoms, with only 4% of them having so far been hospitalized;
c) deaths in fully vaccinated citizens have not yet been detected.
The NCDC of Georgia has spread this information.