Is India ignoring the science behind increasing the interval between two Covid-19 vaccine doses?
The science about vaccines is constantly changing, and a new study might change when someone gets their second dose of Covid-19 vaccine. The Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, made by the Serum Institute of India in India and sold as Covishield, has shown greater effectiveness when the second dose is taken after a 12-week break, according to a study published March 6 by the medical journal Lancet is administered. The study, which was based on results from over 17,000 study participants, found that the effectiveness of the AstraZeneca vaccine increased from an average of 55.1% when two standard doses are given less than six weeks apart to 81.3% when the interval is at least 12 weeks.
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