Yes, you can aim high.WHOIt is highly recommended to applyThird doseA booster dose, in the case of one shot of the vaccine for COVID-19 in a particular risk population.
About two months later World Health OrganizationThe WHO Strategic Advisory Expert Group (SAGE), issued this recommendation Monday, October 11, to ask countries that have the highest COVID-19 vaccinations to delay the third dose of vaccine for the elderly.
All this was in the virtual meeting that he attended Alejandro ClaviotoSAGE’s President, responsible for publishing this information.
WHO recommends a third dose of coronavirus to high-risk individuals
America The third dose has been approved for use in vulnerable groups, followed by the European Union-in Mexico, the possibility of a booster dose is still being evaluated because, according to Hugo López-Gatell, the evidence is not sufficient and the dose is necessary.
SAGE came, and after a meeting it was analyzed Strategy for vaccination against COVID-19, Malaria and other diseases, made this recommendation for all vaccines (or vaccines that it has approved).
Yes Pfizer-BioNTechModerna, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson. However, this recommendation does not apply to those who are at higher risk for COVID-19.
Because of the increasing availability and variety of vaccines for young people and their encouragement to SAGE, it is encouraged that they do so. Pandemic.
SAGE recommends everyone set a goal for immunization.70% of the people-eye- The global fight against COVID-19 by the middle of 2022.
The United States has been using the third booster, or booster, since August for those with the following conditions. ImmunosuppressiveOr you can be part of an disadvantaged group, which includes adults over 65 years and transplant recipients. Later, the European Union made the same recommendation for high-risk and general populations.
This announcement means that we have to wait for an answer from the government Sanitation CommitteeThese could include changes to the national strategy for vaccination to complement the SAGE’s recommendations.
The complete press conference ended on Monday, the 11th.