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After 9 months from the second vaccination, a COVID booster dose can be administered says ICMR

The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) advised a parliamentary committee that an additional COVID dose should be given after nine months of complete vaccination. As per ICMR chairman Balram Bhargava, a booster injection can be administered nine months after both doses of the COVID vaccine have been given. The Cabinet Secretariat will have a review of the Omicron strain, Covid Vaccines, and the present Covid situation tomorrow at 2.30 p.m. ICMR specialists have recommended using the Covishield Covid-19 vaccination as a booster dose, citing a decline in efficacy against Delta variants.

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Our findings suggest that the Covishield vaccination was able to neutralize Delta derivatives and protect breakthrough patients from major sickness and death. This is from an excerpt from the research. A booster dose vaccination of Covid-19 naive vaccinees would result in a protective immunological response against evolving SARS-CoV-2 variants. Balram Bhargava had already informed at a news conference on the emergence of the Omicron strain in India that they need not panic. Omicron does not put a strain on the healthcare system.


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