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Gap for booster vaccine dose reduced to three months

People will be able to receive a booster dose of a Covid-19 vaccine three months after their seco...

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08.49 14 Dec 2021


Gap for booster vaccine dose reduced to three months


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08.49 14 Dec 2021


People will be able to receive a booster dose of a Covid-19 vaccine three months after their second dose under recommendations made by the National Immunisation Advisory Committee. To discuss this change with regard to the change in booster roll out Ciara spoke to Liam Fanning Professor of Immunovirology at UCC and Dr Eoghan de Barra Senior Lecturer in the RCSI and Infectious Diseases consultant in Beaumont Hospital.

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