The effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccination

Organizer:
Institute for Interdisciplinary Health Research (IIHR)
Project start date:
2021-06-21

The European University at St. Petersburg, Medical Institute named after Berezin Sergey and Tarusa hospital conducted two observational studies to assess the effectiveness of vaccination against symptomatic infection caused by the Delta variant in St. Petersburg.

Project News

"Sputnik V" protects against the delta variant of SARS-CoV-2: results of an independent study

25.01.2022
Researchers from the European University at St. Petersburg and the Medical Institute named after Berezin Sergey (MIBS) calculated the effectiveness of Russian vaccines against symptomatic coronavirus infection during an outbreak caused by the delta variant. "Sputnik V" protects against the delta variant. Тhe effectiveness of the vaccine was 58%. In reality, the efficacy is even higher, since this calculated figure is influenced by the number of people who recovered but were not included in the data.

The material based on the results of the preprint on the study of the effectiveness of vaccination is published in Science

27.08.2021
The journal Science of the American Association for the Advancement of Science published an article about an independent study of the effectiveness of vaccination, which was conducted by scientists from the European University, the Medical Institute named after Sergey Berezin, the First honey in St. Petersburg and the Tarus Hospital.