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An 8-week interval between COVID-19 vaccines may reduce the risk of side effects.

By Owner Dec 13, 2022

An 8-week interval between COVID-19 vaccines may reduce the risk of side effects.

Evidence from the U.K. and Canada suggests that an 8-week interval between COVID-19 vaccine doses is associated with higher antibody responses, better vaccine effectiveness against SARS-CoV-2 infection and hospitalization, and reduced myocarditis risk.

A potential downside of the 8-week interval is that an individual’s risk of getting COVID-19 likely increases the longer they are only partially vaccinated with a single dose.

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