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First study to monitor COVID-19 vaccine-induced immune responses in Africa

Researchers in Ghana, with the Crick, have launched a study to monitor immune function in response to COVID-19 vaccines among African people, led by Crick African Network Fellow Yaw Bediako.
16 Feb 2022
United Kingdom
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