Home Health Disorders cure Disorders Cure on June 9, 2021 It’s been around a year and a half since the COVID-19 was first reported. The cases of COVID-19 increase across the globe, so is the panic among researchers to develop an effective vaccine to control the spread of the infection. Vaccines like Covaxin, Pfizer, Covishield, Moderna and Sputnik for COVID-19 were manufactured by different manufacturers at a rapid pace and were approved for emergency use in various countries. These vaccines were made using different strategies such as live-attenuated virus, protein subunit, viral vector and nucleic. Almost all the vaccines which have been approved for use probably have two doses given around 4-12 weeks The question which is raised related to vaccine doses is whether it is safe to get vaccinated from two different vaccine manufacturers. wellness Covaxin And Covishield: What To Know About These Two Approved Vaccines In India Some research says that mixing and matching doses of COVID-19 approved vaccines from two different manufacturers, or vaccines that are made with two different strategies, can help provide long-lasting immunity, while other studies say it may cause certain serious side effects. Let’s get to the details of it. What Is Com-COV… Read full this story
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