Jedi Council Member
I've thought about this too with the news that Europe may stop using Astrazeneca. In the early covid vaccine days, I think I remember there was talk of mixing Sputnik V with Astrazeneca, but that was quickly rejected. I do remember scientists explicity stating that it should not happen? And these are more conventional immunisations, so the implications for mRNA vaccine mixing is crazy. But what happens to those who have only had one shot of Astrazeneca? Do they have to wait until booster time and start with something new...see, this stuff should have been worked out before they started vaccinating the world!! Terrible, diabolical state of affairs!
There was talk
about cooperation between the companies of AstraZeneca and the Russian developer of Sputnik-V earlier on.
i am not sure if that was meant literally to mix the vaccines straight up. I assume it was about a form of cooperation to find common ground with each product. But yes, we never heard from it again.
Instead, Italy is supposedly starting the production of Sputnik-V. I do not know when, through. It could be towards the end of 2021. Also Germany is in the talks, to produce Sputnik-V.