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Researchers are calling for vaccine types that better protect us against infection, not just severe disease. But more money and data are needed to widen their scope.Researchers are calling for vaccine types that better protect us against infection, not just severe disease. But more money and data are needed to widen their scope.

COVID-19 Vaccines You Can Drink, Snort or Inhale Could Be the Future - CNET

Combined with saline it may be used as Covid vaccination, it is squirted up nose Combined with saline it may be used as Covid vaccination, it is squirted up nose

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A new made-in-Canada COVID-19 vaccine that can be inhaled is set to enter Phase 2 human trials.A new made-in-Canada COVID-19 vaccine that can be inhaled is set to enter Phase 2 human trials.

COVID: Inhaled Canadian vaccine to enter Phase 2 human trials | CTV News

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The inhaled aerosol vaccine is far more effective at inducing protective immune responses than traditional injections, targeting the lungs and upper airways where viruses first enter the body and providing long-lasting protection against respiratory infections.

New inhaled COVID-19 vaccine receives more than $8M for next stage of human trials – Brighter World

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