Major changes in corona vaccination regulations; New guidelines implemented by the Center Coronavirus-latest-news

Big news has come out about the new guidelines of the central government regarding Corona vaccine.

New Delhi, March 22: Vaccination campaigns have gained momentum in the country amid rising corona infections once again. Meanwhile, big news has come out about the new guidelines of the central government regarding Corona vaccine. The central government has decided to increase the gap between the two doses of the vaccine. According to the Centre’s new guidelines, the two doses of Covishield vaccine will now be 6 to 8 weeks apart instead of 4. (Corona Vaccine: No second dose of Covishield after 4 weeks Centers new guidelines)

Two types of vaccines are being used in the ongoing vaccination campaign in the country. The first vaccine was developed by Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin and the second by the Serum Institute.Serum Institute) Covishield of India. Of these, the central government has issued new instructions regarding Kovishield. The second dose of Covishield will now be given after 6 to 8 weeks, not 4 weeks as directed by the Center.

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Instructions do not apply to covacin

The Centre’s instructions will not apply to covacin. This means that for those who have taken the first dose of covacin, the second dose will be given after 4 weeks. Only two doses of Covishield vaccine will require a gap of 4 to 6 weeks as directed by the Central Government. Currently, there is a gap of 4 weeks or 28 days between two doses of Corona vaccine.

The decision was made after research by a team of experts

According to media reports, the decision was made after expert research on the vaccine. According to the central government, the decision has been taken following new research by the National Technical Advisory Group on Immunization (NTAGI) and a team of vaccination experts. The state government will have to implement these directives. It is claimed that a second dose of the vaccine, given at 6 or 8 weeks instead of 4, appears to be more effective. No details have been released yet.

Published by:Meenal Gangurde

First published:March 22, 2021, 5:04 PM IST


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