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Study Claims: Booster Dose of Moderna or Pfizer More Effective After First Dose of Johnson & Johnson

News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Sanjeev Kumar Jha
Updated Thu, 14 Oct 2021 09:45 AM IST

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A study by the National Institutes of Health claims that people who have been given Johnson & Johnson’s corona vaccine first as a shot and then given Moderna or Pfizer’s vaccine as a booster dose, their immunity is comparable to other vaccines. I grew far more.

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A study by the National Institutes of Health claims that people who have been given Johnson & Johnson’s corona vaccine first as a shot and then given Moderna or Pfizer’s vaccine as a booster dose, their immunity is comparable to other vaccines. I grew far more.

450 adults were included in the study and all of them were given the first dose of Johnson & Johnson and then the Johnson & Johnson or Moderna vaccine as a booster dose. Then after testing, it was found that after mixing the doses, the immunity of these people increased more than other vaccines and did not face any kind of health problems.

According to the study, the vaccines from Moderna and Pfizer are based on messenger RNA, while the vaccines from Johnson and Johnson use viral vector technology. At the same time, after this claim, now officials of the US Food and Drug Administration Department will discuss the merits of the booster shot of Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines later this week.

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A study by the National Institutes of Health claims that people who have been given Johnson & Johnson’s corona vaccine first as a shot and then given Moderna or Pfizer’s vaccine as a booster dose, their immunity is comparable to other vaccines. I grew far more.

450 adults were included in the study and all of them were given the first dose of Johnson & Johnson and then the Johnson & Johnson or Moderna vaccine as a booster dose. Then after testing, it was found that after mixing the doses, the immunity of these people increased more than other vaccines and did not face any kind of health problems.

According to the study, the vaccines from Moderna and Pfizer are based on messenger RNA, while the vaccines from Johnson and Johnson use viral vector technology. At the same time, after this claim, now officials of the US Food and Drug Administration Department will discuss the merits of the booster shot of Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines later this week.

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