The second dose of the Kovishield vaccine is now 12 weeks later – The second dose of the Kovishield vaccine is now 12 weeks later

Shravasti. Kovid’s second dose of the Kovishield vaccine was previously offered with a difference of 6 to 8 weeks. Now she will be engaged with a difference of 12 to 16 weeks. With this information, the Chief Medical Officer has announced that the registration website has been updated.
CMO Dr. AP Bhargava said that under guidelines from the Union Government’s Department of Health and Family Welfare, the second dose of Kovishield is now being held 12 to 16 weeks apart. Therefore, the second dose will not be booked before 84 days. Additionally, those who signed up for the second dose of Kovishield before May 13th will receive the second dose of the vaccine as per the earlier schedule.
He also said everyone should have both doses of the vaccine by the scheduled time. From May 10th, no vaccine dose will be administered without online registration. People over 45 years of age should register on the Kovin portal or in the Arogya Setu app. The registration process on the Kovin portal is very simple. Self-registration can be done through the Kovin website. After registration is complete, the message will be sent on the mobile phone and contain information about the day, place and time of the vaccination.

Shravasti. Kovid’s second dose of the Kovishield vaccine was previously offered with a difference of 6 to 8 weeks. Now she will be engaged with a difference of 12 to 16 weeks. With this information, the Chief Medical Officer has announced that the registration website has been updated.

CMO Dr. AP Bhargava said that under guidelines from the Union Government’s Department of Health and Family Welfare, the second dose of Kovishield is now being held 12 to 16 weeks apart. Therefore, the second dose will not be booked before 84 days. Additionally, those who signed up for the second dose of Kovishield before May 13th will receive the second dose of the vaccine as per the earlier schedule.

He also said everyone should have both doses of the vaccine by the scheduled time. From May 10th, no vaccine dose will be administered without online registration. People over 45 years of age should register on the Kovin portal or in the Arogya Setu app. The registration process on the Kovin portal is very simple. Self-registration can be done through the Kovin website. After registration is complete, the message will be sent on the mobile phone and contain information about the day, place and time of the vaccination.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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