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Media: Doctors cut child dose interval to three weeks amid back to school anxiety

By January 22, 2022No Comments
Great article this morning in the Sydney Morning Herald, with our Practice Manager Michelle Horswood talking about the benefits of shortening vaccine dose intervals in kids.
At O’Connell St Clinic, we are recommending that parents consider reducing the interval between Jnr Pfizer doses to three weeks, in line with current ATAGI advice that intervals could be shortened to three weeks when necessary, such as in an outbreak response or for immunocompromised children.
As with any medical treatment, any questions you have about your particular circumstances should be discussed with your doctor.