Vaccine-induced cells boost COVID immunity

By Emily Woods and Maeve Bannister
Updated March 23 2022 - 4:06pm, first published 4:04pm
Researchers say cell changes after COVID-19 vaccination or infection can provide a year's immunity.
Researchers say cell changes after COVID-19 vaccination or infection can provide a year's immunity.

Australian researchers have found vaccine-induced T cells can provide more than a year's worth of immunity to COVID-19.

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