During many countries Facing Challenges in Distributing the COVID-19 Vaccine to the public quickly One question that arises is Can we get a 2-dose vaccination with different vaccines?
In the view of many experts, two-dose vaccinations with different vaccines "likely" to be safe and effective. But research teams are still collecting data to ensure the effectiveness of different vaccines at this time. According to the AP report
Dr. Kate O'Brien, head of slotxo vaccines at the World Health Organization (WHO) said the COVID-19 vaccine It is now approved for emergency use worldwide. It is already designed to boost human immunity in the fight against coronavirus. But the production methods are different. which, if based on the basis of the work of the vaccine Different Vaccines May Be Effective in Preventing COVID-19
A team of scientists from the University of Oxford in England are testing two different doses of the coronavirus vaccine. It was tested between vaccines manufactured by AstraZeneca, Moderna, Novavax and Pfizer and BioEntech. The same test was also performed in a small Spanish trial in Germany.
At present, there is information that The first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine and followed by the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine. It is safe and effective in dealing with COVID-19. while the use of different vaccines There will be some side effects or unpleasant symptoms, such as body aches and chills, which are temporary.
In Lawrence Young's view, a virologist at the University of Warwick believes that using different vaccines provides stronger immunity. And it has been found that many health officials recommend the use of different vaccines in some cases.
From the issue of the COVID-19 vaccine Produced by AstraZeneca It has been linked to a rare type of thrombosis. Some European countries, including France and Germany therefore recommending that people get vaccinated against COVID-19 The first dose of AstraZeneca Get a second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine made by Pfizer. or moderna Instead of getting the AstraZeneca vaccine as the first dose. and on Thursday Canada is the latest country to announce similar recommendations.
But in the UK, people should be aiming for the same two-dose vaccination regimen where possible. by suggesting that if the first dose of AstraZeneca vaccine should be injected with AstraZeneca as a second dose. Unless the person receiving the vaccine has a health history of blood clotting problems. or other health risk factors that puts them at risk of thromboembolic