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Feb 21

Vaccines
AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccine more effective with longer dose gap: study
AstraZeneca and Oxford University's COVID-19 vaccine is more effective when its second dose is given three months after the first, instead of six weeks, a peer-reviewed study published in The...
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-astrazeneca-idUSKBN2AJ1WZ
MJA Editor in Chief @MJA_Editor - Sun Feb 21
More good news Australia. AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccine more effective with longer dose gap. Efficacy 81% with longer interval of 12 weeks between first and second dose, compared with 55% efficacy up to six-week gap, according to the Lancet. #covidvaccine reuters.com/article/us-hea…
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Ash Paul @pash22 - Sun Feb 21
AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccine more effective with longer dose gap: study via @Reuters reuters.com/article/us-hea…
YoungLab 🦠🧬🦟🔬🇦🇺 @ProfPaulYoung - Sun Feb 21
Oxford/AZ, Pfizer and Novavax vaccines to be rolled out, starting tomorrow and over coming months in Oz. All effective vaccines - the end game is in sight! AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccine more effective with longer dose gap: study | Article [AMP] | Reuters reuters.com/article/us-hea…
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