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NIH Mix and Match Study Suggests mRNA COVID Vaccines May Offer Stronger Boost Than J&J

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Though not designed to facilitate inter-group comparisons, a preprint study of heterologous and homologous boosting with the three US available COVID-19 vaccines indicate Johnson and Johnson primary vaccines may get greater protection from an mRNA booster.

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