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Why is a third COVID-19 vaccine dose important for people who are immunocompromised?

By Emily Edwards, Research fellow, Allergy and Clinical Immunology Laboratory, Monash University
Kylie Quinn, Vice-Chancellor's Research Fellow, School of Health and Biomedical Sciences, RMIT University
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As we continue to roll out COVID-19 vaccines around the world, we’re learning people who are immunocompromised aren’t necessarily protected as well from the first two doses.

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