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Mixing Vaccines Can’t Fight Supply Shortage, Triggers Fatigue and Headaches, Finds Study

Dais Newsfeed | 13/05/2021 03:41 PM | Click to read full article

With vaccines falling short, countries are now under pressure to find out whether providing two different kinds of vaccines will help fight the virus. According to a recent study, mixing doses of two leading Covid-19 vaccines increased patients’ side effects such as fatigue and headaches in early findings.

People who got the first dose of AstraZeneca Plc’s shot followed by Pfizer Inc.’s vaccine four weeks later reported more short-lived side effects, most of them mild.