Crisis team to consider shortening minimal interval between primary inoculation and booster vaccine
The government‘s central crisis team will meet on Monday to consider shortening the minimal interval between primary inoculation and the booster vaccine to six months to five. According to the ctk news agency, the State Institute for Drug Control has issued a recommendation in favour of such a move.
Studies conducted by Czech immunology experts suggest that vaccine-induced immunity against Covid drops to 60 percent after six months and under 50 percent after nine months. A booster shot ups immunity back to 90 percent.