The AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Moderna (not pictured) and Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccines have been approved by the WHO for emergency use, though the Sputnik V vaccine has not. Photo illustration: Reuters
The AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Moderna (not pictured) and Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccines have been approved by the WHO for emergency use, though the Sputnik V vaccine has not. Photo illustration: Reuters

US will accept mixed coronavirus vaccines for international travellers

  • The decision is good news for visitors from Canada and other countries, as the US prepares to relax entry requirements on November 8
  • US health officials have not recommended mixing different Covid-19 vaccines, though the practice is common elsewhere

Topic |   Coronavirus Canada
The AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Moderna (not pictured) and Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccines have been approved by the WHO for emergency use, though the Sputnik V vaccine has not. Photo illustration: Reuters
The AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Moderna (not pictured) and Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccines have been approved by the WHO for emergency use, though the Sputnik V vaccine has not. Photo illustration: Reuters
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