Fabrizio Brigliasco, a lecturer at Milan State University, explains what vaccinated people should do Johnson & Johnson: “The booster is appropriate from two to six months with a heterogeneous vaccine. There is no need for concern.” For those vaccinated with Johnson & Johnson, the FDA has suggested doing the second dose. Now we must see if the mRna vaccine is a heterogeneous, which can increase the efficacy of protection, or “homogenize”. But we don’t create excitement‘, explains the host virologist of the whole Broadcasting on La7.
And about the need for a dose “booster” It explains, “The one and a half million people who have been vaccinated with J&J – the expert explains – should consider themselves protected, perhaps with a little less protection, at least that seems to be from the data so far, but in short there is nothing to worry about. For them we imagine the need to retrieval”, in a way that has not yet been determined.
In addition, the professor reiterates that for those who have received the J&J vaccine against Covid, “It can give better results”, Explain again. “No other dose should be taken after two months – the expert explains – J&J starts with coverage that is not very high and gradually decreases. The FDA said that the second dose “can be done from two months” from the first “onwards.” However, the possibility is to give everyone a second dose And heterogeneous grafting gives excellent results,” he concluded, repeating this concept
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