His folk word in France would only give him a dose of vaccine he already had covidos

According to the recommendation of the health authorities, this would also save on vaccines due to stalled deliveries.

The French Chief Health Authority (HAS) recommends taking only one dose of the two-component coronavirus vaccine for those who have already suffered from the Covid-19 disease caused by the virus. France is the first in such a recommendation, but it must even be approved by the government.

“People who recovered from Covid-19 have already developed an immune memory against the infection. A single dose of the vaccine is therefore a reminder. ”

Wrote HAS on Friday.

According to the authority, it is otherwise worth waiting more than three months after illness and “at most six months” before taking this single dose. The single-dose vaccine has been published in several American and Italian studies, but other scientists have not yet taken a clear position. In addition to the health benefits, experts have highlighted that this solution can save vaccine doses in the current situation, when the supply of vaccines is disrupted. In France, nearly 67 million, 2.1 million have been vaccinated against the coronavirus so far, 536,000 of them who have received the second dose.

Source: Népszava by nepszava.hu.

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