Combining different vaccines has not been recommended yet

Imperial College London Professor Justin Stebbing discusses immunization with Serbian experts I doubt that the results of combining different vaccines (in which case the first dose is made by one manufacturer, and the second is made by another, A/N) will be satisfactory because in such cases different parts of the immune system will be stimulated. | by M. R. | 28. April 2021. Oxford is currently working on the Com-Cov study, which is testing vaccine combinations. We do not know what the results of Com-Cov will be, but I doubt that giving different vaccines will be useful – says Justin Stebbing, a professor at Imperial College London, one of the editors-in-chief of the…

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