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Will The Gap Between Doses Of AstraZeneca Be Reduced?

Anyone who has received a first dose of the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine should not be given the ...

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08.44 4 Jun 2021


Will The Gap Between Doses Of AstraZeneca Be Reduced?


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08.44 4 Jun 2021


Anyone who has received a first dose of the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine should not be given the Pfizer vaccine for their second shot – that’s the advice from the National Immunisation advisory committee. The HSE are also considering reducing the gap between the first and second dose of the vaccine. Chief clinical officer with the HSE, Dr Colm Henry joined Shane live in studio.

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