[U.S. Food and Drug Administration experts say that Modena’s new crown vaccine may not meet the booster standard: the effect of two injections is good enough]The FDA stated in a document released on Tuesday (12th) that data shows that the Modena vaccine can indeed be used as a booster Improve the body’s immune antibodies, but the difference in antibody levels before and after injection is not large enough, which is especially obvious in people whose antibody levels in the body are still high. Experts outside the FDA will hold a meeting on the Modena vaccine as a booster later this week.
US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) scientists said that the Modena new crown vaccine does not meet the criteria for a new crown booster. The reason may be that the efficacy of the two doses of the Modena vaccine is still strong.
According to the report, the FDA stated in a document issued on Tuesday (12th) that the data shows that the Modena vaccine as a booster can indeed increase the immune antibodies in the human body, but the difference in antibody levels before and after injection is not large enough, which is still in the body. Very tall people are especially noticeable.
The report pointed out that experts outside the FDA will hold a meeting on the Modena vaccine as an intensified injection later this week. In addition, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advisory group will meet next week. If the FDA approves the Modena vaccine as a booster shot, the CDC will make specific recommendations on who can receive the Modena supplement.
(Article Source: Interface News)