Pfizer vaccine: Eight weeks between jabs is 'sweet spot' for the best protection


    Such research is said to help us “better understand the mechanics behind our immune response to COVID-19”.

    The findings support the move taken by Government to shorten vaccine dosing interval from 12 to eight weeks.

    This decision was originally based on the advice by the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JVCI).

    “This latest study provides further evidence that this interval results in a strong immune response and supports our decision,” said Zahawi.


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