The Johnson & Johnson-invented ticker booster dose is effective against a new type of coronavirus, amicron. This is according to a study conducted in South Africa.
The South African government released a study on Thursday, the AFP news agency reported. It states that Johnson’s Ticker booster dose is 75% effective against antimicrobials.
For this, the Medical Research Council of South Africa has examined the health of 69 thousand health workers. These workers took vaccines made by Johnson. The health workers have also been given a booster dose of this one-dose vaccine. They were then compared to people who had not been vaccinated.
The study was conducted from February 15 to December 20.
However, experts have previously noted some risks associated with Johnson’s vaccine. The United States has stopped administering the vaccine due to complications. European countries have taken similar steps.
The image of the small frozen body of Syrian child Aylan Kurdi lying on a beach in Turkey should not be forgotten. Europe, hesitant about the immigration crisis, was shocked in 2015 when his picture was spread through newspapers and social media. The world also wakes up. Many people’s views on immigrants have changed.
Dangerous migration to Europe and drowning in the Mediterranean Sea kills countless people every year. Most of these miscreants are from Asia, the Middle East and Africa. Salil Samadhi happens to many of these people when the two eyes with the dream of change of destiny call to Europe with their hands clasped. The number of Bangladeshis in this team is not less. Although there were relatively few people on the deadly voyage last year due to travel restrictions around the world due to the Corona epidemic, the number of illegal voyages to Europe began to increase again in 2021.
According to the International Organization for Migration (IOM), in 2021, as in the past, many could not survive the uncertain journey. For example, as of July this year, 7,417 migrants and refugees had reached the Spanish Canary Islands by sea. At least 250 people lost their lives during this journey.
A recent report by Caminando Fronteras (Walking Borders), a Spanish NGO working on immigration, said the death toll could be six times higher than IOM estimates. The shipwreck of the sinking migrants did not match the fate of many boats.
Immigrants try to enter Europe via a road bordering Croatia. Bangladeshis also live in this group
Immigrants try to enter Europe via a road bordering Croatia. Bangladeshis also live in this groupFile photo: Reuters
As of November this year, 1,84,160 migrants had entered Europe illegally, according to Frontex, a coalition of European border guards and the Coast Guard. This number is about 80 percent higher than the time before the onset of the Corona epidemic. And 45 percent more than in 2019.
Frontex has described several routes in Europe as extremely risky. The Mediterranean route is the most dangerous of these. This route is one of the top choices for immigrants entering Europe illegally. As of November, about 74,400 illegal immigrants had entered Europe using the route; Which is about 69% more than last year and 360% more than in 2019. Tunisians, Egyptians and Bangladeshis are at the top of the list. Bangladeshis mainly use this route from Libya to cross the Mediterranean. Their main destination is Italy.
Bangladeshi youth are going more
Citizens of Bangladesh are at the top of the list of people who have crossed the Mediterranean to Europe. At the risk of their lives, 18 Bangladeshis lost their lives in a boat sinking on June 21 on their way to Italy from Libya. The Tunisian Coast Guard rescued 360 people, including Bangladeshis, from the Mediterranean Sea. Earlier, on June 24, the Tunisian Coast Guard rescued 26 people; Of these, 264 are Bangladeshis.