Government reduces minimum interval between doses of vaccines



Public Health announced on Thursday that the minimum interval between doses of a COVID-19 vaccine has been reduced to 28 days.


New research has emerged that suggests that a longer dosing interval may increase and prolong the immune response to the vaccine which is why an eight-week interval is recommended.


To be fully vaccinated means you are 14 days past your second dose of a two-dose vaccine, such as Pfizer, Moderna, or Astra Zeneca, or 14 days past the dose of a single dose vaccine, such as Johnson and Johnson.



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