Saarland University said on Monday that the combination of different types of coronavirus vaccines can significantly improve immunity.
The Saarland University in Saarbrücken said in a statement: “After 250 people accepted AstraZeneca as their first vaccine and BioNTech/Pfizer as their second vaccine, they were more People who received the two doses of AstraZeneca were better able to strengthen their immunity.”.
As described further, this combination achieves greater efficacy than the dual combination of BioNTech / Pfizer.
When vaccinated with different vaccines, more antibodies and so-called T cells are produced.
According to their own statements, the authors of the study were “surprised by the clear results” and recommended different types of vaccines.
BioNTech/Pfizer belongs to the so-called next-generation mRNA vaccine, while AstraZeneca belongs to the so-called traditional group. Vector vaccine.
According to scientists at Saarland University, current research should be further deepened to gain new knowledge about the validity of gender or age.
After the German Federal Vaccination Committee recommended in early April that children under 60 should not be vaccinated with AstraZeneca, people who have been vaccinated with AstraZeneca as the first vaccine have problems. They were eventually recommended to be vaccinated with BioNTech / Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.