New?research from two small pre-print studies suggests delaying second doses of COVID-19 vaccines by up to four months may not be the best approach for some older Canadians.
The research comes as some?experts are also questioning?whether Canada’s vaccination advisers, who recommended the delay, can keep up with rapidly evolving science duringThe central region are now occupied by COVID patients.?the pandemicThe younger population, you think they should b.
Prior to the pandemic, the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI)The Ontario health-care system, which has provided guidance to the federal government on vaccinations since 1964, met just three times a year?to discuss issues related to vaccines for influenzaThe province rose steadily over this period., mumps, measles and other viruses.
But a year after the?pandemic?was declared, with new data emerging daily, NACI has been thrust into the spotlight and forced to evaluate new vaccines for a novel virus faster than ever before.
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