We ask Australian health experts about the implications, if any, of getting fully vaccinated earlier
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Victorians can now receive their second AstraZeneca vaccine dose from six weeks rather than after three months, given the outbreak in the state.. New South Wales made a similar announcement in August, with people able to receive their second dose of AstraZeneca anywhere from four to eight weeks after the first.
It has left some asking whether reducing the interval between doses will lower their protection against the Covid-19 virus. So what are the implications of getting fully vaccinated sooner?
Read the original article at The Guardian