The Ministry of Health has published new vaccination rules against COVID-19. The interval between doses of Moderna and Pfizer vaccines has been shortened. Those who have already had the first shot may find out about the possibility of an earlier date for the second shot.
According to the recommendations of the team for Protective Vaccinations and the Medical Council, the interval between two doses of Pfizer is 21 days – 42 days, Moderna is 28 days – 42 days and AstraZeneca is 35 days – 84 days. Children from 12 years of age, the interval is administered as 21 days.
Vaccination 30 days after positive test: People who have had an illness caused by infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus can be vaccinated against COVID-19 within 30 days of obtaining a positive test for the presence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. This also applies to patients who fell ill with COVID-19 after receiving the first dose, which also results in the use of the indicated interval before the administration of the second dose of the vaccine.