- Lancet’s big claim about mixing vaccines of different companies
- Taking two different vaccine doses produces a stronger immune response
- It is beneficial to take the second dose of Moderna after the first dose of AstraZeneca.
A second dose followed by the first dose of the AstraZeneca or Pfizer vaccines produces a stronger immune response against COVID-19 than the Moderna or Novavax vaccine. This has been said in a study report published in the journal Lancet. A team led by researchers from the University of Oxford in the UK found that a study of 1,070 participants did not pose any safety concerns.
The study found that administering the first dose of AstraZeneca or Pfizer vaccines followed by a second dose of Moderna or Novavax induces a stronger immune response that may be more helpful in the fight against COVID-19. “Thanks to these types of studies, we are now getting a more complete picture of how different anti-Covid-19 vaccines can be used together in the same vaccine program,” said University Associate Professor Matthew Snipe. .’
Vaccine being used in India in the name of Kovishield
It is noteworthy that the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine is being used in India under the name of Covishield. On the other hand, Britain has implemented new rules from Tuesday to stop the spread of Corona’s new form ‘Omicron’, under which any traveler coming here from abroad, including India, will have to test for Kovid-19 48 hours before their journey. Will have to check. Anyone suspected of infection with Omicron needs to self-isolate for 10 days beforehand. These include those who have been given the full dose of the anti-Covid vaccine.
So far 336 cases of Omicron in the UK
Not only this, government recognition for British and Irish citizens returning from countries on the UK ‘Red List’ – Angola, Botswania, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe – regarding visits Required to be kept in isolation in the receiving hotel, as 336 cases of ‘Omicron’ detected in the first test in South Africa have been registered in the UK.
No one infected with Omicron is currently admitted
Britain’s Health Secretary Sajid Javid has confirmed the community spread of this new form of Kovid in a statement in the ‘House of Commons’ on Monday. He also said that no person infected with Omicron has been admitted to the hospital so far. Sajid Javid said, ‘The number of confirmed cases in the UK is 336 – they are all infected by definition. Some may be asymptomatic, others may be feeling sick. But as far as I know, none of them have been admitted to the hospital.
This country was already ready for Omicron! Very close to making a ‘new vaccine’