Dec 16 (DailyMirror) – Health experts today said that those who were infected with the COVID-19 infection, after receiving the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, should wait for six months to get their booster doses.
Some members of the general public were turned away from the vaccine centers in recent days when they visited to take the booster dose. However, health experts after being informed that these individuals were infected with the virus after receiving the second vaccine dose, had recommended they wait for six months before taking the booster dose.
However all others, above the age of 20 years, can get the booster doses three months after the second vaccine date, doctors said.
The boosters are available at all vaccination centers island wide. (Jamila Husain)