Expert- Why Ladi Williams COVID-19 Death Despite Taking Vaccines
The President of Nigerian Infectious Diseases Society (NIDS), Prof. Dimie Ogoina, has explained why Kunle William died of COVID-19 despite taking the two jabs of COVID-19 vaccine.
INDEPENDENT reports that the deceased Kunle Williams is a son to a senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Chief Ladi Williams. Information Guide Nigeria
Speaking, Prof. Dimie Ogoina who is also a Professor of Medicine and Infectious Diseases, Niger Delta University and Niger Delta University Teaching Hospital, Bayelsa State has revealed that when a person is vaccinated, there is nothing that provides 100 percent proof of protection.
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According to Ogoina, ”Vaccines do not provide 100 percent protection. If you look at the clinical trials for the Pfizer vaccine for instance, it is 97 percent efficacy, which means that for every 100 persons, there are three persons that may not be protected”. Jamb Results
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