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Journal Scan / Research · November 16, 2022

Waning of Vaccine Effectiveness Against Moderate and Severe COVID-19 Among Adults in the US

BMJ : British Medical Journal




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BMJ : British Medical Journal
Waning of vaccine effectiveness against moderate and severe covid-19 among adults in the US from the VISION network: test negative, case-control study
BMJ 2022 Oct 03;379(xx)e072141, JM Ferdinands, S Rao, BE Dixon, PK Mitchell, MB DeSilva, SA Irving, N Lewis, K Natarajan, E Stenehjem, SJ Grannis, J Han, C McEvoy, TC Ong, AL Naleway, SE Reese, PJ Embi, K Dascomb, NP Klein, EP Griggs, IC Liao, DH Yang, WF Fadel, N Grisel, K Goddard, P Patel, K Murthy, R Birch, NR Valvi, J Arndorfer, O Zerbo, M Dickerson, C Raiyani, J Williams, CH Bozio, L Blanton, R Link-Gelles, MA Barron, M Gaglani, MG Thompson, B Fireman

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