ECDC wants to bring forward second jab to tame variant

The EU center for disease prevention and control recommends that going forward, no more than three weeks should pass between the first and second covid-19 vaccine doses.

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The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (EDCD) recommends that all European countries allow for just three weeks between the first and second jab of the coronavirus vaccine. In Denmark, the two jabs are currently up to six weeks apart.

This recommendation is in part due to the highly infectious Delta variant of covid-19 which is currently spreading around the world. It was first discovered in India.

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