‘Both India jabs lower mortality rate'
The Times of India Mumbai|December 09, 2021
Covaxin & Covishield Offer Equal, Similar Protection: AIIMS Study
Syed Akbar

Hyderabad: In a finding that would help boost confidence in vaccines, a study has revealed that people hospitalised with breakthrough infection after taking either Covishield or Covaxin have a similar outcome — a very low mortality rate. The death and recovery rates are similar for people vaccinated with either Covishield or Covaxin as both offer equal and similar protection in cases of breakthrough infection.

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