Study of paramedics in Canada reaffirms that longer intervals between vaccine doses is better

New evidence stemming from a CITF-funded study of Canadian paramedics shows that getting two doses of an mRNA vaccine 6-to-7-weeks apart produces higher levels of antibodies compared to two doses 3-to-4-weeks apart, as recommended by the manufacturers. The research, published in Clinical Infectious Diseases, was led by Drs. Brian Grunau and David Goldfarb from … Continue reading Study of paramedics in Canada reaffirms that longer intervals between vaccine doses is better