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The CDC 'quietly' made two big changes on Covid-19 vaccine guidance. Where's the data?

Added 01-23-21 08:30:11am EST - “NYT: "...despite a lack of data."” - Twitchy.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Twitchy.com: “The CDC 'quietly' made two big changes on Covid-19 vaccine guidance. Where's the data?”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

The CDC has made two major changes to its guidance on COVID-19 vaccines but it was done, apparently, as “quietly” as possible.

CDC says people may receive their follow-up doses of Covid-19 vaccine as much as 6 weeks later https://t.co/Zj2pduyYQQ

Previously, the guidance said to get the second shot within three or four weeks depending on the vaccine. From Bloomberg:

The guidance posted in a Jan. 21 update to the CDC website said a second dose should be administered as close to the recommended schedule as possible, either three weeks for the Pfizer Inc.–BioNTech SE vaccine or four weeks for the Moderna Inc. shot.

And the CDC also now says it’s OK to mix vaccines, meaning you can take the Pfizer one as your first dose and then take Moderna’s as the second shot:

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