Ireland considers extending gap between Pfizer vaccine doses

Ireland considers extending gap between Pfizer vaccine doses
Ireland considers extending gap between Pfizer vaccine doses

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Having intervals between Pfizer jabs might be an option for current vaccination schemes . — AFP pic

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DUBLIN, April 14 — Ireland is considering extending the gap between inocutions of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine to more than four weeks to keep its vaccine programme on track while other vaccines are restricted, the health minister said today.

“We are looking for options for how we can keep the pace of the vaccine programme going given the news we’ve had” on restrictions to AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines, Stephen Donnelly told journalists.

“Certainly extending the interval for Pfizer beyond the four weeks is something that is being looked at,” he said. — Reuters

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