London.- UK citizens traveling abroad will be able to prove they have received a booster dose of the vaccine via a British “Covid Passport”, Mandatory requirement to enter some countries, like Austria, which was not included until now.
very Israel or Croatia They request a third dose of the preparation after a certain amount of time has elapsed since the administration of the second dose.
Feather England These documents showing the traveler’s vaccination status for travel are available from today, while in Wales they will be included in COVID-19 certificates or passports from day 29.
, British Health Minister Sajid Javid said: “We want to make it as easy as possible for people who have to show their vaccination status when they travel abroad.”
British experts recommended this week ahead Expand vaccination program of that booster dose for those under 50 (between 40 and 49), as well as offered a second dose of Pfizer to groups aged 16 and 17.
Call Joint Committee on Immunization and Immunization (JCVI) believes that this additional dose should be given six months after receiving the second injection of the vaccine.
in case of minors 16 and 17 yearsExperts agree that he should be given a second dose of the preparation developed by Pfizer/BioNtech, at least 12 weeks after the first.
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