A week after vaccines, less than 0.2% develop virus symptoms — Health Ministry data

Less than 1 percent of those who have received a second COVID-19 vaccine dose at least a week before being tested have been infected with the coronavirus, and less than 0.2% have developed symptoms, according to the latest data set released by the Health Ministry.

The data shows that out of 3,387,340 vaccinated people who have passed more than a week since receiving the second vaccine dose, only 4,711 were found to be positive for the virus and of those, only 907 developed symptoms including fever or respiratory problems.