Mixing vaccines could be more effecting: Study

#eNCA speaks to Professor Shabhir Madhi, Vaccinologist and Director of vaccines and infectious diseases at the analytical research unit at Wits University#DStv403.

JOHANNESBURG - Scientists say it is safe and actually beneficial to mix and match vaccines.

A new study has found mixing COVID-19 vaccines could actually be more effective and boost the immune response more than just sticking to one make.

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Professor Shabhir Madhi, a vaccinologist and director of vaccines and infectious diseases at the analytical research unit at Wits University says this is an important finding.

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