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Mixing COVID-19 vaccines leads to more frequent mild side effects: Report Updated: 2021-05-14 10:01:47 KST

People who received mixed doses of COVID-19 vaccines appear more likely to experience mild side effects such as fever, chills, fatigue or headaches.
The UK-based Lancet medical journal noted that while mild side effects were more frequent, they were short-lived and there were no other safety concerns.
Researchers randomly assigned four different vaccine schedules using the AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines with first and second doses given 28 days apart.
It added a study using vaccines made by Moderna and Novavax is due next.
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