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COVAD survey 2 long-term outcomes: unmet need and protocol

Fazal, Z.Z., Sen, P., Joshi, M., Ravichandran, N., Lilleker, J.B., Agarwal, V., Kardes, S., Kim, M., Day, J., Makol, A., Milchert, M., Gheita, T., Salim, B., Velikova, T., Gracia-Ramos, A.E., Parodis, I., Nikiphorou, E., Tan, A.L., Chatterjee, T., Cavagna, L., Saavedra, M.A., Shinjo, S.K., Ziade, N., Selva-O’Callaghan, A., Nune, A., Knitza, J., Kuwana, M., Gutiérrez, C-E.T., Caballero-Uribe, C.V., Dey, D., Distler, O., Chinoy, H., Agarwal, V., Aggarwal, R., Gupta, L., Barman, B., Singh, Y.P., Ranjan, R., Jain, A., Pandya, S.C., Pilania, R.K., Sharma, A., Manoj, M.M., Gupta, V., Kavadichanda, C.G., Patro, Pr.S., Ajmani, S., Phatak, S., Goswami, R.P., Chowdhury, A.C., Mathew, A.J., Shenoy, P., Asranna, A., Bommakanti, K.T., Shukla, A., Pandey, A.K.R., Gaur, P.S., Mamadapur, M., Ghodke, A., Chandwar, K., Jagtap, K., Fazal, Z.Z., Cansu, D.Ü., Yıldırım, R., Patel, A., Pauling, J.D., Wincup, C., Giannini, M., Maurier, F., Campagne, J., Meyer, A., Del Papa, N., Sambataro, G., Fabiola, A., Govoni, M., Parisi, S., Bocci, E.B., Sebastiani, G.D., Fusaro, E., Sebastiani, M., Quartuccio, L., Franceschini, F., Sainaghi, P.P., Orsolini, G., De Angelis, R., Danielli, M.G., Venerito, V., Grignaschi, S., Giollo, A., Traboco, L.S., Shaharir, S.S., Wibowo, S.A.K., Tehozol, E.A.Z., Serrano, J.R., De La Torre, I.G., Colunga‑Pedraza, I.J., Merayo-Chalico, J., Loarce-Martos, J., Prieto-González, S., Gil-Vila, A., Aranega, R., Hoff, L.S., Nakashima, R., Sato, S., Kimura, N., Kaneko, Y., Tomaras, S., Proft, F.N., Holzer, M-T, Gromova, M.A., Aharonov, O., Nagy-Vincze, M., Griger, Z., Hmamouchi, I., El bouchti, P.I., Baba, Z., Ima-Edomwonyi, U., Dedeke, I., Airenakho, E., Madu, N.H., Yerima, A., Olaosebikan, H., Chibuzo, O.C., Becky, A., Koussougbo, O.D., Palalane, E., Langguth, D., Limaye, V., Needham, M., Srivastava, N., Hudson, M., Landon-Cardinal, O., Zuleta, W.G.R., Arbeláez, Á., Cajas, J., Silva, J.A.P., Fonseca, J.E., Zimba, O., Bohdana, D., So, H., Ugarte-Gil, M.F., Chinchay, L., Bernaola, J.P., Pimentel, V., Tanveer Hasan, A.T.M., Saha, S., Vaidya, B., Fathi, H.M., Mohammed, R.H.A., Chen, Y-M, Harifi, G., El Kibbi, L., Halabi, H.M., Akawatcharangura, P., Katchamart, W., Fuentes-Silva, Y., Cabriza, K., Losanto, J., Colaman, N., Cachafeiro-Vilar, A., Bautista, G.G., Ho, E.J.G., González, R.A., Nunez, L.S., Vergara, C.M., Báez, J.T., Alonzo, H., Pastelin, C.B.S., Salinas, R.G., Obiols, A.Q., Chávez, N., Ordóñez, A.B., Argueta, S., Quijivix, D., Llerena, G.A.R., Sierra-Zorita, R., Arrieta, D., Hidalgo, E.R., Saenz, R., M., I.E., Morales, R., Calapaqui, W., Quezada, I. and Arredondo, G. (2022) COVAD survey 2 long-term outcomes: unmet need and protocol. Rheumatology International .

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Abstract

Vaccine hesitancy is considered a major barrier to achieving herd immunity against COVID-19. While multiple alternative and synergistic approaches including heterologous vaccination, booster doses, and antiviral drugs have been developed, equitable vaccine uptake remains the foremost strategy to manage pandemic. Although none of the currently approved vaccines are live-attenuated, several reports of disease flares, waning protection, and acute-onset syndromes have emerged as short-term adverse events after vaccination. Hence, scientific literature falls short when discussing potential long-term effects in vulnerable cohorts. The COVAD-2 survey follows on from the baseline COVAD-1 survey with the aim to collect patient-reported data on the long-term safety and tolerability of COVID-19 vaccines in immune modulation. The e-survey has been extensively pilot-tested and validated with translations into multiple languages. Anticipated results will help improve vaccination efforts and reduce the imminent risks of COVID-19 infection, especially in understudied vulnerable groups.

Item Type: Journal Article
Murdoch Affiliation(s): Institute for Immunology and Infectious Diseases
Publisher: Springer
Copyright: © 2022 The Authors.
URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/65991
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