France’s Veran: Sticking with decision to have 21-days gaps between two Pfizer shots

French Health and Solidarity Minister Olivier Veran said there was lack of evidence in the safety of a vaccine gap. — Reuters pic
French Health and Solidarity Minister Olivier Veran said there was lack of evidence in the safety of a vaccine gap. — Reuters pic

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PARIS, Jan 26 — French Health Minister Olivier Veran said today that he had decided to maintain to 21-28 days the gap between the injection of the first and the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine against Covid-19.

Veran told a news conference he made that choice out of caution, citing a lack of scientific evidence that extending the gap would be totally safe. — Reuters

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