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Will delaying second doses of COVID-19 vaccines spur viral resistance?

Visitors line up to receive an injection of a COVID-19 vaccine at a National Health Service center in Birmingham, U.K. Because of scarce vaccine, the United Kingdom has stretched the interval between doses.

By Meredith WadmanScience’s COVID-19 reporting is supported by the Pulitzer Center and the Heising-Simons Foundation.Paul Bieniasz didn’t mince words in a sarcastic New Year’s Day statement he tweeted.

If he wanted to create a new, vaccine-resisting version of the pandemic coronavirus, the Rockefeller University virologist wrote, “Having developed a remarkable two-dose vaccine, [I’d ]… ADMINISTER IT TO MILLIONS OF PEOPLE – BUT DELAY THE SECOND DOSE. … If we let immunity wane for a little while, say 4 to 12 weeks, we just might hit the.

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