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Scientists have denied the need for revaccination against coronavirus

Scientists have denied the need for revaccination against coronavirus
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An international team of scientists has concluded that revaccination against coronavirus is not necessary. Moreover, if patients are given booster doses of vaccines too early and often, it can lead to serious illness.

As the RBC with reference to the Lancet, revaccination with drugs from Pfizer and Moderna can lead to myocarditis, and to Guillain-Barré syndrome - revaccination with "Sputnik V" and a drug from AstraZeneca.

Scientists say that the delta strain coronavirus has made the governments of most states think about the need for booster doses for the vaccinated population. Such decisions must take into account the benefits and risks for individuals and society as a whole.

Revaccination may be required for people with weakened immunity, as well as those who have not developed protection after the main vaccination. The medical community believes that if a person has not developed immunity after the first vaccination, then the effect of the booster may not come either.

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