A US university student looks at her vaccination bandage after getting her Covid-19 shot in Kent, Ohio, in April. Photo: AP
A US university student looks at her vaccination bandage after getting her Covid-19 shot in Kent, Ohio, in April. Photo: AP

Coronavirus: mixing AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines triggers more fatigue, headaches, Oxford study shows

  • Patients who got one dose each of the two vaccines reported more short-lived side effects but no safety issues were found, early results showed
  • The report comes as researchers and health officials examine strategies such as blending two different shots in the face of supply shortages

A US university student looks at her vaccination bandage after getting her Covid-19 shot in Kent, Ohio, in April. Photo: AP
A US university student looks at her vaccination bandage after getting her Covid-19 shot in Kent, Ohio, in April. Photo: AP
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