Breaking News : Walgreens spaced Pfizer doses 4 weeks apart rather than recommended 21-day interval

By | April 7, 2021

BREAKING NEWS STORY :

Federal guidelines call for the two-dose series to be administered at least 21 days apart, but Walgreens pushed the spacing to four weeks for easier logistics, the New York Times reports.

After complaints from customers and the C.D.C., the pharmacy chain will start scheduling doses three weeks apart.


Walgreens is shifting its Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination scheduling after federal health officials noted the pharmacy chain quietly decided to space doses apart over a longer-than-recommended period, according to a report.Read More.

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