Why it's important to me: I have had Covid, alas unofficially, which means the healthcare system doesn't recognize me eligible for just one shot of Pfizer.
The same healthcare system also supposedly issued a statement early this summer about how recovered patients must receive one mRNA shot only and not a viral-vector jab.
This makes me worried.
Have any of you gone through this? It seems I should not subject my immune system to unnecessary work (second jab) that doesn't produce results.
P.S. Jannsen has only one shot, but it's viral-vector. I've read through some of the papers, and it seems it has about the same / lower efficacy and more side effects. This one, maybe?
UPD. A valid request for a more clearly stated question has been raised.
My main question is which vaccine seem to render a better outcome given the situation. While I have read through a study, I still lack insight from others.
Because a few immunologists suggested it is not a good thing to subject one's immune system to unnecessary work.
There are other threats it might have to deal with, so I would like to avoid useless / distracting labor.