CDC weighs increasing time between vaccine doses to lower risk of heart inflammation

Risk of heart inflammation is lowered if the vaccines are given eight weeks apart, health officials say.

(Bradford Betz – Fox News) U.S. health officials are considering new changes to vaccine guidance that would lengthen the amount of time between doses in order to lower the risk of heart inflammation for immunocompromised people.

Immunocompromised people, who generally don’t respond as well to vaccines, are the only population advised to get four vaccine jabs.

CDC guidance suggests this group should receive three vaccine doses within two months and a fourth dose around five months after the third. The CDC is now suggesting that immunocompromised people should get their fourth shot as soon as three months after the third. View article →


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