Panama analyzes placing an annual dose against Covid 19.


Ortega said that the analysis of an annual dose, depending on how the behavior of the disease progresses in 2023, would be feasible for people who already have the complete vaccination schedule.

Panama analyzes placing an annual dose against Covid 19.

Vaccines are safe according to health authorities. Photo: Courtesy

The authorities of the Ministry of Health and the team of scientists that advise them are analyzing the possibility that the vaccine against Covid 19 be applied annually.

This was revealed by the National Secretary of Science, Technology and Innovation (Senacyt), Eduardo Ortega, explaining that they are following up on the new vaccines developed by the United States with two combined variants to make the decision as to whether or not it is necessary to bring them to the country. , between October and November 2022 when they are ready.

Ortega said that the analysis of an annual dose, depending on how the behavior of the disease progresses in 2023, would be feasible for people who already have the complete vaccination schedule, since those who do not have all the inoculations against Covid 19 should apply other doses.

He reiterated that vaccines are safe and help the body to protect itself from infection, although it does not prevent the virus, it gives greater guarantees that the symptoms are less severe.

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