Now you can mix and match Covid vaccines – experts explain how it works

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One of the booster policy changes is that you can now mix vaccines.
One of the booster policy changes is that you can now mix vaccines.

5 March 2020: the day the minister of health announced the inevitable: Covid-19 had arrived in South Africa. 

And just like that, life as we knew it changed. Lockdowns, booze bans, PPE, death, disease, joblessness, remote working, PCR tests, isolation – all this and more became part of our lexicon as we navigated a strange new normal.

Yet it feels like every few weeks there’s a new study or a new review and we have to rethink what we know and what we’ve been doing. The latest related to mixing and matching vaccines is no different. 

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