ACCDiS in Media
Our researcher talked about why she believes Chile is at the worst time in the pandemic despite the successful vaccination campaign
90% of the country is under strict quarantine. In Santiago there are no face-to-face classes and, except for special cases, you can only go out and buy food twice a week with a safe conduct. The look of three Chilean specialists in TN.com.ar.
Rafael araos: “The Sinovac vaccine, theoretically, could be effective against new variants”
Public Health Undersecretariat advisor and ACCDIS researcher, talked about the recent report that the Sinovac vaccine is 67% effective.
Our researcher Dr.. Rafael Araos explained that the CoronaVac vaccine proved effective at 89% to prevent ICU hospitalizations
The Ministry of Health delivered the results of the first study "Effectiveness of coronaVac vaccine with inactive SARS-CoV-2 virus in Chile".
Our researcher Dr.. Catterina Ferreccio participated in the Ideal Port Festival of Antofagasta 2021
"Rationality was not used to control the infectious", affirmed the UC academic, Catterina Ferreccio. At the end, "that forced us to a measure that has caused damage that will last a long time"
ACCDIS researcher, DRA. Sandra Cortés participated in the DM analysis: Six keys to Chile's worrying increase in contagion
The Chilean case illustrates the risk of putting all hope into a vaccine and all efforts in the speed of inoculation. Here are the keys to understanding the seriousness of the crisis in the South American country.
ICOVID Chile warns that levels of holiday contagion “exceed predictions”
The latest report, ICOVID Chile team, initiative led by the University of Chile, the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile and the University of Concepción