Types of viruses ‘ongoing’
Adam Finn, a professor at the vaccination consortium, told Sky News that the COVID virus varies and that “it’s going to continue.”
“We should expect more variation,” he said, adding that vaccines need to be changed accordingly.
Professor Finn Finn said the decision to delay the time between first and second vaccine doses was “a strategic judgment”.
He continued: “These are not normal times, and what we need to do is to know from many vaccines and the human immune response and from the data we have based on a strategic judgment.
“Because the truth is, if you save a vaccine dose to give to someone as a second booster dose, and put it in the hands of someone who is not immunized, you will begin to induce protection in that moment. Because of the rapidly increasing infection at this time, it is necessary.”
When asked about people sticking to these locked rules, it seems that some people should not be as careful as possible to stay away socially.
He said: “My personal opinion is that people should not be too careful because they should be fine at the most necessary moment.
“But on the other hand, this latest lockout has only just begun, so the impact of the lockout is expected to be felt in another week.”