I took part in the Novavax trial and I had been worrying I would not be allowed an authorised vaccine
On my way for my first Covid jab on Thursday, I worried they might turn me away. I told the doctor screening the queue: “I was in a clinical trial for the Novavax vaccine, and I had two jabs of it last November. I’ve left the study now.”
I did not add – but she knew – that official advice is that I should not have another vaccine on top of the trial vaccine.
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