Coronapod: Is mixing COVID vaccines a good idea?


Benjamin Thompson, Noah Baker and Heidi Ledford discuss the latest COVID-19 news.

As vaccines are rolled out, massive logistical challenges are leading scientists and policymakers to consider alternative dosing strategies.

But what does the science say? In this week’s episode of Coronapod, we discuss mixing and matching vaccines and lengthening the time between doses. Approaches like these could ease logistical concerns, but we ask what’s known about their impact on vaccine efficacy – what is the science behind the decisions, and could they actually boost immune responses?

News: Could mixing COVID vaccines boost immune response?

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