One of the biggest questions when vaccines became available was - should long haulers get the jab, and will another mega dose of spike protein make their symptoms better or worse? And if you have a choice, which vaccine should you get?
I was one of the first to collect data on the subject, and there were then other studies with bigger sample sizes - but all seemed to show a similar set of results: you’re more likely to feel better than worse after the jab.
But what about the longer term effects? What impact did the vaccines have on long haulers now we’ve had more time to assess them? And with a larger sample size, might we see some different results? This film has the answers.
In this study, as far as I’m aware the largest of its kind with an n of almost 2,000 - we’re going to look at how long haulers reacted to each dose of the vaccine once they recovered from its initial effects, and which vaccine they had - whether it was Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca or Johnson and Johnson. Which is the best, and least likely to throw a spanner into the -already somewhat spannered - works.
1:15 The Data
2:40 Which is Best Tolerated?
6:57 Study Info and Limitations