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Central govt asks states to increase gap between COVID-19 vaccines to 6-8 weeks

Mid-Day Tuesday, 23 March 2021
Central govt asks states to increase gap between COVID-19 vaccines to 6-8 weeksThe central government has written to the states saying the gap between two doses of the Covishield vaccine should be increased from 28 days to six to eight weeks
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Covidshield: Centre asks states to increase the interval between two doses of vaccine| Oneindia News 01:07

The Centre has asked the state and union territory governments to increase the interval between the two doses of Covishield vaccine and make it 6-8 weeks based on the recommendation of two expert panels. The new recommendations have said that the immunity is enhanced if the second dose of Covishield...

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