Vaccination in Britain – the country will revaccinate every 3 months due to the Omicron strain

In the UK, due to the emergence of a new strain of coronavirus “Omicron”, the revaccination period is shortened. Instead of a second COVID vaccination six months later, it will be given every three months.

He said he agreed with the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunization (JCVI) recommendation to reduce the time between the main course of COVID-19 vaccination and revaccination.

“I asked JCVI to urgently consider ways to expand the vaccination program following the emergence of the new Omicron strain … I took their advice to halve the booster interval from six to three months,” Javid wrote.



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