Well yes yes, come on, in fact "Vaccines play a fundamental role in the fight against antibiotic resistance, because a single medical strategy is no longer enough" and again "We need to use more existing vaccines and design others against resistant infections." This was stated at Adnkronos Salute by Ennio De Gregorio, Head of R&D Center Italy Gsk Vaccines, today in Siena on the occasion of the event 'How can vaccines combat Antimicrobial Resistance' organized at the Gsk Vaccines Research Center, for the World Week on antibiotic awareness 2019 . " "What vaccines have on their side - continued the expert - is the ability to prevent infections and therefore to reduce the circulation of bacteria that can create resistance." adnkronos article here
Apart from that this is a matter that assumes that vaccines are all and always effective ("the ability to prevent infections" is an assertive phrase that leaves no room for doubt, but we know well that the real effectiveness of vaccines in the short, medium and long term is not demonstrated with certainty and is not always the same), the concept of "capsule switching" with reference, for example, to pneumococci and meningococci: it has been widely demonstrated how these bacteria have, so to speak, the ability to change following, for example, selective pressure induced, always for example, by vaccines ...
See numerous studies on the subject, such as:
- https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC19312/ : Capsule switching can be an important virulence mechanism of meningococci and other encapsulated bacterial pathogens. As vaccine development progresses and broader immunization with conjugated polysaccharide capsular vaccines becomes a reality, the ability to change capsule type can have important implications for the impact of these vaccines .;
- https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20199241 : A limited number of genetic lineages have caused most invasive meningococcal infections. A substantial part of the isolates had capsular switching tests. The high prevalence of capsular switching requires surveillance to detect changes in the structure of the meningococcal population that can affect the efficacy of meningococcal vaccines.;
etc. .... find as long as you want.
In conclusion, you have now understood the antiphon: the vaccines are beautiful, healthy and good, we must vaccinate all and more, the reasons are many and the answer is always the same: VACCINIAMO !!!
(and of course, #invaccineswetrust, you must believe it, I recommend that if you go deeper then the doubt arises and you all become conspiracies).