Oxford Mail readers have been debating the prospect of being asked to come forward for booster jabs against coronavirus.

When asked on Facebook if they would accept a booster jab some welcomed the move but others said they would not.

Researchers say they are seeing some waning of protection against Covid infections in double-jabbed people.

The Zoe Covid Study app research includes data on positive Covid PCR test results between May and July 2021 among more than a million people who had received two doses of Pfizer or the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.

Protection after two shots of Pfizer decreased from 88% at one month to 74% at five to six months.

For AstraZeneca, the fall was from 77% to 67% at four to five months.

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GRAHAM ELDRIDGE: “Yes as I spent a lot of time not being able to see my daughter and my grandchildren months and months being stuck in isolation only going out for my flu jab and my vivid jabs got very stir crazy.”

PATRICK JENNINGS: “Funny that my oldest daughter had the bad flu and no one else got it in the family {there’s 7 of us} we did try to catch it from her.

“And no I’m not getting this jab or any other flu jabs.”

TANIA DELOHERY-DUFFY: “My son got Covid who swiftly gave it to my other three boys.

“Four boys in our home with Covid and yet my partner and I who are fully vaccinated didn’t catch it!

“We’d not long had our second jab (about 3 weeks prior to Covid hitting our house) so I’m a firm believer in it working. I’ve heard of people vaccinated getting it but they had their vaccine months prior to catching Covid. I think a booster would be a good idea.”

NATALIE PALMER: “There are six of us in my house and back in July myself and two of my kids had Covid.

“My partner and 17-year-old and four year old escaped it. None of us were vaccinated.

“I believe if you are going to get Covid you will get it, regardless of being vaccinated. However my partner has since had his first jab.

“My comment is no different to the person believing it works because they didn’t catch Covid as they’d had the jab.

“People are getting Covid when they have been jabbed and passing it on so don’t see the problem with my comment."

YVONNE TYSOE: “Yes... Hopefully booster jabs are already scheduled?! My rubbish new GP practice forgot I was registered for the standard flu jab and then neglected to ensure I was called for the first or second Covid jab!

“I suppose I’ll have to chase them for the booster too!

“Having moved to Oxford from an excellent, effective and efficient GP practice I am astounded at the inefficiency of the GP practice I am currently registered with.”

MEGS MIRI: “Absolutely not! Not had 1st won’t have 3rd!”

HELEN ROBINSON: “If I need a booster jab every week I’ll have it !! I don’t get the problem.”

MARIE JULIETTE: “The boosters are already happening, vulnerable have their appointments in September.”

SAM KENT: “Wouldn’t even let them touch me with a first.”

VEE BOSH: “The people who are keen to become pin cushions, really need to do a bit of research.”

SOPHIE EASOM-HAINES: “I’m very interested in reading the study which led to this stellar journalistic social media post to the masses.

“Oh and by the way, yes I would, I would have regardless of any ‘study’.”

JOHN MALONE: “NHS staff at the Churchill were given Covid blood test every two weeks for several months.

“This also gave them very variable anti body readings - some high, medium and like my wife low and declined rapidly.”

ANTHONY BAIN: “I’m sure I had it in Jan 2020, I had it until April, it was very nasty.”

KAREN MUSILOVA: “I have been double jabbed for months, and I’m still not over the side effects so I think I’ll give it a miss.”

DES BRAMLEY: “How are people still so scientifically illiterate this far into this? That takes deliberate effort to remain that ill-informed.”

JOHN SMITH: “Never got it and will never take it.

I’m healthy. Never wear a mask, see everyone and we’re all great.”

NIKKI BECKSEY: “Yes for sure.”

CAROL DAVIES: “Oh yes please - when they call me.”

DEBBIE STOCK: “Definitely.”