Az vs pfizer - 3 doses, then 1 each year: why Pfizer, not AstraZeneca, is the best bet for the long haul

Nearly 89 per cent of people aged 16 and over have received their first jab while more than 79 per cent have been fully vaccinated in the UK.

The main benefit with mixing and matching doses is in supply flexibility.

Research into how effective the different COVID-19 vaccines are against these variants is ongoing.

Read more: The mRNA vaccines consist of a lipid-based delivery system that protects the mRNA and gets it into cells.

Also the protection is higher after two doses and likely to last longer based on the immune responses.

It comes as Brits have again been encouraged to get their second vaccine - as scientists found it strikingly boosts immunity.

Information from after the second dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine was not available.

Description: The AstraZeneca vaccine is based on time-tested technology that employs a harmless cold virus called adenovirus that has been genetically modified to stimulate an immune response against the coronavirus.

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