Research reveals what will happen if two different COVID vaccines received
A new study has revealed that those who receive two different covid-19 jabs may experience more short-lives side effects such as fatigue and headaches.
The study was conducted by health experts at the University of Oxford and it was published in The Lancet, a medical journal. The research was carried out on two companies’ vaccines. It showed that side effects were experienced whether AstraZeneca’s vaccine was administered first or Pfizer’s, followed by second vaccine in four weeks later.
The research was conducted viewing the scarcity of vaccines in low and middle-income countries, to find out if cocktail of vaccines could prove beneficial so that the nations could use them more efficiently.
Matthew Snape, a vaccinology professor at Oxford University, said, “It’s a really intriguing finding and not something that we were necessarily expecting. Whether or not this will relate to an improved immune response, we don’t know yet; we’ll be finding out those results in a few weeks’ time.