1. Jeff Kleinman Jeff Kleinman United States says:

    I heard about the MMR-covid relationship way back in July 2020 and so I got my adult MMR booster shot in August 2020, and then again got my second adult MMR booster shot in December 2020, before the covid vaccines became available to me.  I then got my first and second Pfizer shots in April 2021.  As far as I know, they are protecting me.  I assume that because I got the MMR shots long before my covid shots, I should have had a robust immune response to the covid vaccine.  I hope so.  If they offer a covid booster shot, I plan to get one.  I think we will need one before this coming winter with the variants mutating so much.

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