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An American doctor shows a radiograph of the effect of Covid on the vaccinator's lungs

An American doctor shows a radiograph of the effect of Covid on the vaccinator’s lungs

On the left, the lung of a person who was vaccinated, and on the right, the lung of a person who did not receive the immunizing agent. Photography: Sam Durrani / clone

  • Comparison with lung images of those who did not receive the immunizing agent

  • Vaccinated people have an organ that is less affected by the disease

  • The North American Institute recalls the importance of the vaccine

Doctor Sam Durrani, from Deer Valley Medical Center in the United States, revealed further evidence to the British newspaper The Sun on the importance of vaccination against Covid-19. It shows two x-rays of two different people – one immune to the disease and the other not.

In the photo of a vaccinated person, it is possible to see more black areas, which indicate the normal functioning of the organs. In a person who has not received the immune factor, more pronounced areas appear, indicating blockage in the organs and limited oxygen flow. research:

Vaccination is necessary even if the patient has coronavirus, does not have severe cases of covid-19 and needs hospitalization and intubation.

“When we receive a vaccinated patient in the emergency room who is infected, he may have shortness of breath, but when we do the tests, we realize that the image is not even from a distance the same as the image of the unvaccinated people,” the doctor said.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that unvaccinated people are 11 times more likely to die from COVID-19 than those who did not receive the vaccine. Additionally, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), less than 1% of those vaccinated with the infection end up dying from the disease.

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