A study conducted in the UK found that the mix-and-match approach of the COVID-19 vaccine greatly strengthens the immune system.
Mixing of two vaccines will be effective in fighting Corona!
Scientists are working day and night to protect against corona virus. Different vaccine trials are also going on for the first and second doses of corona. But the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned about this. WHO’s chief scientist Soumya Swaminathan has described the mixing and matching of Corona’s vaccine as a very ‘dangerous trend’.
Soumya Swaminathan said in an online briefing on Tuesday, ‘This is a slightly dangerous trend. Talking about mix and match zone, we are in data free and proof-free zone. If people themselves start deciding when and how they have to take the second, third or fourth dose, then there will be chaos in many countries.
Benefits enumerated in the study
A study conducted in the UK found that the mix-and-match approach of the COVID-19 vaccine greatly strengthens the immune system. In the Oxford-led Com-COV study, researchers explored the possibility of applying separate major vaccines and booster vaccines. The study found that different doses of the two antibodies develop stronger immunity.
More anti body than two vaccines
According to Britain’s Deputy Chief Medical Officer Professor Jonathan van Tam, there are currently enough vaccines from the same company for all adults in Britain. Therefore, the effect of the trial will not be on the ongoing vaccination in the country. But more antibodies were seen in those people who had got the Pfizer vaccine. Mixing two doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine has produced even better results.
Mix dose being used in many countries
In some countries, now two vaccines are being mixed and used. Spain and Germany are offering the youth Pfizer or Moderna vaccine as a second dose. Whereas he had received the first dose of AstraZeneca. But after cases of blood clots after getting the AstraZeneca vaccine, these countries have expressed confidence in the alternative vaccine for the second dose.
third dose is more effective
On the other hand, in another research, it has been found that the third dose of AstraZeneca vaccine increases antibodies. In addition, the T-Cell immune response also increases. Whereas the second dose can be avoided for six months and the immune system is very good due to this. Experts also say that it is not yet known whether a booster shot will be needed in the next season, but new data shows that the vaccine is very effective.
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