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5 factors that affect our COVID-19 vaccine response, according to this expert

Some vaccines will be delivered as a nasal spray, which may elicit a more effective immune response to COVID-19 in the upper respiratory tract. Image: REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Paul Gill

Post-doctoral Researcher (Gastroenterology and Immunology), Monash University

Menno van Zelm

Associate Professor, Immunology, Monash University

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