Study Indicates Covid Boosters Are Safe to Mix and MatchBy Radiant Health
Published: October 17, 2021
Health News Briefs
The National Institutes of Health recently released preliminary data that has not yet been peer reviewed, and the study suggests that mixing and matching different types of Covid-19 vaccines is both safe and effective. The FDA is reviewing the study, which included a small sample of 458 volunteers. The participants that took either the Moderna or Pfizer vaccines after first receiving the Johnson & Johnson vaccine did very well, and they actually produced more of the all-important antibodies than those that got a Johnson & Johnson booster.
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