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Moderna vaccines can be spaced up to six weeks apart in some situations: WHO Updated: 2021-01-27 05:03:24 KST

The WHO has backed delaying the second doses of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccines in some situations, saying they can be administered six weeks apart.
The WHO's Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on Immunization noted it was possible to wait up to 42 days under "exceptional circumstances", but stressed the evidence does not go beyond the six-week cut off.
The advisory earlier gave the same notice for Pfizer's vaccine.
However, the group says it's best to respect the tested intervals between doses of 28 days for Moderna, and 21 days for Pfizer.
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