UK Still Examining COVID Booster Shot Options – Vaccines Minister

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: UK Minister for Vaccine Use Nadhim Zahawi speaks at the House of Commons in London, UK on February 4, 2021. British Parliament / Jessica Taylor / Handout via REUTERS

LONDON (Reuters) – British officials are currently considering which COVID-19 vaccines would offer the best booster shot for those at risk later this year, and no decisions have been made yet, Vaccines Minister Nadhim Zahawi said on Wednesday.

“Clinicians have not yet decided when to increase immunity to give the most vulnerable more immunity, increase the durability of protection, or address a variant,” Zahawi told Sky News.

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