No change in Covishield dose gap: NTAGI chief
The Times of India Delhi|September 26, 2021
Says Data Indicates Current Interval Is Fine
Nisha Nambiar

Pune: Dr N K Arora, chairman of the Covid-19 working group of National Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (NTAGI), on Saturday ruled out any changes in the gap between two doses of Covishield citing scientific studies suggesting the vaccine’s higher efficacy when the interval between the shots was longer.

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