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New study dispels any doubts, experts show which is the least effective vaccine against Covid-19 variants
Written by SOT.COM.AL 22 Korrik 2021
According to a new study, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine with a single dose against COVID-19 may be less effective against newer variants of the coronavirus.
Researchers at New York University's Grossman School of Medicine came to this conclusion after conducting laboratory testing of blood samples from volunteers.
Nathaniel Landau, lead researcher, said the Johnson & Johnson vaccine does not provide the same protection against COVID-19 variants as the two-dose Pfizer or Moderna vaccines that use RNA technology.
The study, posted online Tuesday, has not been analyzed by scientists, has not been published in any scientific journal and does not reflect the effects of the vaccine in reality. But the findings are similar to other studies showing that single-dose vaccines like Johnson & Johnson and AstraZeneca do not produce enough antibodies to fight the Delta and Lambda variants.
The Delta variant, which was first discovered in India, is said to spread more easily than other variants. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Delta now accounts for 83% of new cases in the country.
Johnson & Johnson recently published a study showing that a single dose of its vaccine is effective against the Delta variant for up to eight months.
But researcher Landau says the results of a study by New York University support the theory that a second dose of Johnson & Johnson vaccine is needed./VOA