Vaccines can reduce the severity of Covid-19, but how well they protect against long Covid has yet to become clear. Photo: Shutterstock
Vaccines can reduce the severity of Covid-19, but how well they protect against long Covid has yet to become clear. Photo: Shutterstock

Can vaccines keep long Covid at bay? The answer is still a maybe

  • Studies in Israel and the UK suggest vaccines protect against long-term impact of Sars-CoV-2 infection
  • Contradictory results, as revealed in another UK preprint, highlight need for more data to arrive at a firm conclusion

Vaccines can reduce the severity of Covid-19, but how well they protect against long Covid has yet to become clear. Photo: Shutterstock
Vaccines can reduce the severity of Covid-19, but how well they protect against long Covid has yet to become clear. Photo: Shutterstock
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