Kevin Brady, a member of the US House of Representatives, for the Republican Party, said that he had contracted Covid-19 disease, after being vaccinated with the first dose of the “Pfizer” anti-corona virus vaccine, in December.
Brady added, in a tweet on “Twitter”: “Today, the doctor in the House of Representatives informed me that the test had proven that I had Covid-19 disease, and now I am committed to quarantine. Before that, according to the recommendations, I received my first dose of the Pfizer vaccine on December 18th, The test result was negative on New Year’s Day. ” The Congressman indicated that he would begin treatment tomorrow.
At the moment, vaccines from Pfizer and Our Company have been approved for use in the United States.
Previously, data appeared indicating that even a reduced dose of the vaccine could cause sustained immunity, but this data has not yet been confirmed.
Before that, the American immunologist Moncef Al-Selwi said that the American authorities are discussing the possibility of giving some people half a dose of the “Moderna” vaccine so that the vaccination includes a larger number of the population, but the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advised not to reduce the dose of the vaccine.