NewsCross-vaccination from Astrazeneca and Biontech: pros and cons

Cross-vaccination from Astrazeneca and Biontech: pros and cons

Mixing corona vaccines? Young people who have been vaccinated with Astrazeneca now get Biontech. What are the advantages and disadvantages of cross vaccination?

Hamburg – Thousands of Hamburgers have already been vaccinated with the Astrazeneca vaccine. Including many under 60 years of age. After numerous reports of severe side effects, cerebral vein thromboses and even deaths, the STIKO now only recommends the Astrazeneca vaccine from the age of 60 and up. Young people who were first vaccinated with Astrazeneca should now switch to Biontech. But is that even possible? Is that not dangerous? After all, the vaccines already differ in their type.

While Astrazeneca is a vector vaccine, Biontech is an mRNA vaccine. Whether you can combine the two vaccines one after the other has long been controversial and unexplored. In the meantime, however, there is some knowledge about the so-called cross vaccinations. You can find out which advantages and disadvantages this has with a corona vaccination * here. You can find out the general differences between vaccines in our large vaccine guide *. * 24hamburg.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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