UK: Criticism of Second Dose Corona Vaccine Rescheduling
Chief medical officers in the UK have defended the rescheduling of the second dose of the corona vaccine, saying the public would understand the decision, but general practitioners have criticized the decision, saying it could lead to confusion.
The British government has told more than half a million people in the second phase of vaccination about the second dose of the corona vaccine, a second dose of Pfizer and Estrazenica, 12 weeks apart.
The second dose of the Pfizer Corona vaccine was to be given on January 4.
The UK’s chief medical officer has defended the government’s decision, saying hygiene could defeat Corona in the meantime, but other general practitioners say canceling appointments for a second dose of the vaccine would be a waste of time and public. Confusion will spread.
Pfizer and Bio in Tech have also warned that two doses of the vaccine provide effective protection against corona, but they have no evidence that a single dose of the vaccine can protect against corona even after three weeks.