Term for so-called booster shot of vaccine reduced from 6 to 5 months in Georgia

07.12.21 14:30

In Georgia, the term for the so-called booster shot of the vaccine has been reduced from 6 to 5 months, according to the Ministry of Health.


The booster dose of Pfizer should be administered at least 5 months after the second dose.


The same or another vaccine can be used as a booster.


“For persons vaccinated with Sinovac or Sinopharm, the booster dose should be given at intervals of at least 3 months after the start of the initial vaccination course.


Vaccination against COVID-19 is an effective and safe way to protect against infection!


The World Health Organization, public health agencies and qualified physicians recommend vaccination against COVID-19,” the agency said.



source: IPN 

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