TALLINN – Speaking at a press conference held on the occasion of the first batch of coronavirus vaccine arriving in Estonia, Karmen Joller, board member of the Family Physicians Association of Estonia, said that while vaccination does not provide a full guarantee against the illness even a month after the vaccination, it definitely mitigates the course of the illness.
"Never in medicine is anything one hundred percent certain," Joller said. "When I have received the vaccine -- the two doses -- and I know that the vaccine works, this doesn't ...
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