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Are Some Prescription Drugs Really Lowering the Efficacy of COVID-19 Vaccines?

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Nobody could have expected how quickly a Coronavirus vaccine would become a reality- yet here we are, a couple of months after the first doses were administered, already looking at formidable numbers when it comes to immunisations.

Information campaigns about the various vaccines on the market so far have been widespread. But not much has been heard about possible side effects when it comes to different prescription medications.

In order to help you make a better, informed decision about if or when you’re getting the vaccine, let’s go over everything you need to know about different prescription drugs and whether or not they reduce the efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines.

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