Epidemiologist says COVID-19 booster shots likely required 8-12 months after full vaccination

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Epidemiologist says COVID-19 booster shots likely required 8-12 months after full vaccination

Epidemiologist says COVID-19 booster shots likely required 8-12 months after full vaccination

Health officials say many aspects are still being studied



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Epidemiologist says COVID-19 booster shots likely required 8-12 months after full vaccination

Health officials say many aspects are still being studied


Public health officials continued to push for more people to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. But some health officials said it’s likely that you’ll need a booster dose sometime during the next year. According to officials, it is safe to expect that you will need a booster dose within 8 to 12 months of receiving the vaccination. It’s likely we’ll know more in the next few months whether his predictions come true, said Dr. Jose Mercado, an associate hospital epidemiologist at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. He pointed to two factors: the current vaccine remains effective against variants and the duration of immunity. Both are under study. Then, if we need boosters, another set of variables will be created. “Before we decide to get the boosters, we still need to answer two questions,” Mercado said. “One, does it actually boost the immune system and is it safe to do that?” He said that vaccine companies are now conducting these trials. He added that studies have shown that at least the Pfizer vaccine is able to neutralize the delta variant. According to Mercado, it appears that mRNA technology makes the vaccine effective against the variants. >> MORE FROM WMUR: Cheshire County Sheriff’s Office uses public opinion on hiring staff

Public health officials continued to push for more people to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. But some health officials said it’s likely that you’ll need a booster dose sometime during the next year.

According to officials, it is safe to expect that you will need a booster dose within 8 to 12 months of receiving the vaccination.

Jose Mercado, an associate hospital epidemiologist at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, said we’ll likely know more in the next few months about whether his predictions come true.

He pointed to two factors: the current vaccine remains effective against variants and the duration of immunity. Both are under study.

Then, if we need boosters, another set of variables will be created.

“Before we decide to get the boosters, we still need to answer two questions,” Mercado said. “The first is, does it actually boost the immune system and is it safe to do that?”

He said vaccine companies are now conducting these trials. He added that studies have shown that at least the Pfizer vaccine is able to neutralize the delta variant. According to Mercado, mRNA technology appears to make the vaccine effective against the variants.

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