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COVID-19 survivors may need just one shot of a two-dose vaccine, studies show – The Japan Times

The issue has become all the more urgent since safety concerns have been raised about vaccines from Johnson & Johnson and AstraZeneca.

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Coronavirus vaccines were just rolling out in December when more than 1,000 staffers at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles volunteered for a sweeping study. The goal: pinpoint how immune reactions to the jab might vary.
By last month, a clear pattern in the data “popped out at us, said research leader Susan Cheng. Those who had recovered from COVID-19 responded to their first shot so robustly that the results rivaled never-infected colleagues who had received both shots. The implication…

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