The positive effect of the COVID-19 vaccines on the course of the epidemic after giving positive results in the experiments has led many organizations to make similar decisions regarding the vaccine in the last few months. Many incidents have come to the fore, such as the suggestion that “only the vaccinated should be admitted to concerts and sports events”, and that those who are not vaccinated can enter some workplaces. A new one of these decisions, which received positive and negative reactions and taken to support herd immunity, came from the world’s largest technology fair.

It is planned to be held face-to-face again in 2022. Consumer Electronics Show (Consumer Electronics Show, CES) has taken a decision that may anger the anti-vaccine dollar. According to the decision, those who are not vaccinated against COVID-19 will not be able to attend the event. Considering that vaccines are made not only for immunity but also for not carrying the virus, this decision can prevent the effectiveness from causing a jump in cases.

Those who test positive for antibodies are likely to be accepted

The Consumer Electronics Association (CTA) made statements that the CES, which is held every year but has been conducted online for the last 2 years due to the pandemic, will be held face-to-face again next year. CTA reiterated this news recently, but a small surprise was included in the plan. to the event that those who do not have the COVID-19 vaccine cannot enter has been decided.

Explaining that it took this decision because vaccines are the most effective method in preventing the spread of the virus, CTA said that it had previously carried the virus and taking people who have produced antibodies to the event by making tesdollarser is yet to be discussed. In addition, it is not yet known whether a privilege will be provided to those who are not vaccinated for reasons or health problems. Many details, such as which vaccines will be valid, are expected to be shared by the authorities close to the event.

CES 2022, if nothing goes wrong with the pandemic will be held January 5-8, 2022 in Las Vegas. More than a thousand companies are expected to attend the event, which will be held face-to-face for the first time after 2 years.

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