Javid said the National Health Service (NHS) will provide people with a third dose “may have less protection against the virus after the first two doses”.
Source: AP via SITA / Jacob King / PA
The announcement comes shortly after the British Immunization and Immunization Agency (JCVI) recommended Wednesday that people over the age of 12 be vaccinated with a third dose of leukemia, an advanced HIV infection or a recent organ transplant. The JCVI also states that the MRNA vaccine should be given as part of a third-dose vaccine – not a product of Astrogeneka using virus vector technology.
The third dose is already available in many countries
According to the AFP, the JCVI announcement comes at a time when the British government is considering booster doses of the Govt vaccine in several countries, perhaps in September, when the influenza vaccine is underway. Javed also said that the vaccine with the “third primary dose of the vaccine” is not equivalent to a booster dose. According to him, the British government is pursuing a plan to re-vaccinate with a booster dose, which should begin in September.
Two weeks ago, the World Health Organization (WHO) criticized rich countries for suddenly providing a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine, while millions of people around the world have not yet received their first dose.
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