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Researchers from the University of Oxford released results from a study on Monday that claims two-dose COVID-19 vaccines do not induce enough antibodies against the Omicron variant.

The British scientists believe this could indicate increased infections among those previously infected or vaccinated may be likely.

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The study is yet to be peer-reviewed. It analyzed blood samples from individuals who were given doses from AstraZeneca-Oxford or Pfizer-BioNTech.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson cautioned on Sunday two shots will not be enough to control Omicron.

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