Today, Monday, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh announced that Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian has been subjected to quarantine due to his infection with the Corona virus.
And the Fars news agency quoted Khatibzadeh as saying, in response to a question about the current rumors about changing the minister’s meeting programme, that “his health is good and he is carrying out his activities in quarantine.”
Two days ago, the Iranian Ministry of Health announced that 128 deaths had been recorded in the country due to Corona during the past 24 hours, and more than 7,000 new cases of the virus were recorded during the mentioned period.
On this basis, the total deaths in Iran rose to 126,126 deaths, while the total injuries reached 5,916,211 injuries so far.
The Iranian Ministry of Health confirmed that 1,100 patients were detained in the country’s hospitals during the past 24 hours for treatment, while more than 4,000 people are under intensive care.
These official statistics for Corona in Iran, which the Ministry of Health announces daily, come after the Iranian Medical System Organization previously confirmed that the real statistics are 3 to 4 times more than the official statistics.
And in news that may frustrate millions of people recovering from the Corona virus, a new study shows that antibodies “evaporate” in the airways quickly after infection with the epidemic!
However, vaccination does its job later and increases its levels significantly after two doses, according to a new study issued by the Swedish Karolinska Institute.
The results of the study also indicated that taking a second dose of the vaccine after recovering from corona, may be important to protect against re-infection and prevent its transmission.
In this context, Anna Sorensen, who led the research, said that what makes the study unique is that we looked at samples from both blood and airways; This gave us new knowledge of the immune response in places where the virus strikes, which is rare in studies; Because it is difficult to sample from the airways, so we knew less about antibody levels in this place than in the blood.”