An Oxford University study discovered that mixing two different coronavirus vaccines produced high immune response among patients. Researchers observed the effects of administering AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines on infected individuals with a four-week gap, and noticed varying efficacies.Full Article
Combining Different COVID-19 Vaccines Produces 'Robust' Immune Response, Study Finds
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