CDC: New Guidelines For 2nd Vaccine
THE CDC HAS NEW GUIDELINES REGARDING SECOND COVID-19 VACCINATIONS
(CNN) – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention releases new guidance that focus on the “best practices” of the management the COVID-19 vaccine.
According to the CDC’s website, a second dose of the vaccine can be scheduled up to 42-days after the first shot.
During a White House call on Tuesday, local health officials were told the new guidance from the CDC would help in cases where patients missed their follow-up vaccination.
The Pfizer-Biontech vaccine shots that were authorized for emergency use in the u-s are typically given 21-days apart.
The Moderna vaccine has been scheduled for 28-days apart.