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Me parece interesante esta información y que tiene algunas implicancias como: diferir vacunar a quienes ya tuvieron covid, o en todo caso solo ponerles una dosis.
Me gustaria tener las referencias empleadas en este articulo, no las encontré en la traducción.
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I find this information interesting and that it has some implications such as: deferring vaccinating those who have already had covid, or in any case just giving them one dose.
I would like to have the references used in this article, I did not find them in the translation.)
Abbasi J. Study Suggests Lasting Immunity After COVID-19, With a Big Boost From Vaccination. JAMA. 2021;326(5):376–377. doi:10.1001/jama.2021.11717