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On the fence about getting the vaccine? This could change your mind.

A new study suggests that the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines might offer a long-lasting immunity to COVID-19.

The study suggests the mRNA vaccines “set off a persistent immune reaction” in the body – which could provide years of protection against the coronavirus, without boosters.

However, the continuing evolution of new coronavirus variants could change that. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine was not included in the study.

I just wonder now, will getting a coronavirus booster shot become the new normal?

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