Booster sizes Vaccines Against Govit-19 It is not needed at this time and should be given to other countries, said the head of vaccinations Oxford, Andrew Pollard, on Tuesday, in contrast to the position taken by the Secretary Health Do United Kingdom.
Pollard, chairman of the Oxford Vaccine Group, said the decision to provide boosters should be based on scientific research, and that no evidence of serious illness or mortality has yet emerged in people who have been fully vaccinated.
“There is no reason to panic now. We do not see the problem of progression of serious diseases,” he told a virtual news conference with lawmakers.
“If there is any decline in security, it will happen gradually, at a point where we can feel and react.”
The UK plans a Govt-19 booster vaccination program.
British Health Secretary Sajid Javed said he hoped the project would begin in early September, pending final consultation with officials.
A AstraZeneca, Which develops the vaccine at the University of Oxford, said more time is needed to assess whether a booster dose is needed to maintain safety.
Me Pfizer He declared that he believed a third vaccine was needed to maintain greater safety.
Three-quarters of adults in the UK have already been given a two-dose vaccine.
Pollard said the vaccine supply would be better used to protect vulnerable people in other countries.
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