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J.&J. Vaccine May Be Less Effective Against Delta, Study Suggests – The New York Times

Many who received the shot may need to consider boosters, the authors said. But federal health officials do not recommend second…

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Dr. Landaus team would probably have seen a similar increase in the vaccines potency if they had looked at the data over time, said Dr. Dan Barouch, a virologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. The data on the J.&J. vaccines strength…

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