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Interval Between Moderna COVID-19 Second Shot and Booster 6 Months: FDA

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The interval between receiving a second dose of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccination and a booster dose is unchanged at six months, U.S. Food and Drug Administration Acting Commissioner Janet Woodcock said on Monday.

“Right now if you got J&J you will get a boost after two months, if you chose Pfizer as your primary line you will receive a booster at five months or more If you bought Moderna you could get a booster at six months or more, whatever you decide to purchase a booster of,” Woodcock said on a press call.

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