Consumers with Moderna COVID-19 vaccinations may not need booster ─Survey

*Analysis of data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicated that people who got Moderna’s Vaccine are less likely to be hospitalised

Alexander Davis | ConsumerConnect

As the vaccination programme against the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues in the country, Federal health officials have cleared the way for millions of Americans who received the Pfizer vaccine to receive a booster.

But, there is no such approval yet for individuals vaccinated with Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine, and some researchers say such a shot for that group may be unnecessary after all.

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It was gathered that an analysis of data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) showed that people who got Moderna’s vaccine are less likely to be hospitalised than those who received a Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson (J&J) vaccine.

A CDC study released early September 2021 revealed similar results, report said.

The health agency noted the study findings indicated that people who got two shots of the Moderna vaccine reduced their chances of being admitted to a hospital by 92 percent.”

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