Denmark has extended the first and second dose range of Biontech/Pfizer and Moderna vaccines against the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) by 3 weeks.
Denmark, which wants to administer the first dose of the vaccine to more people, has increased the time between the first and second doses from 3 weeks to 6 weeks in its vaccination program against Covid-19, Danish state broadcaster DR reported, citing the Health Administration.
The Health Administration said the first dose of the vaccine would be vaccinated at least a week earlier.
Predicting that more people will become immune to Covid-19 faster thanks to rapid vaccination, officials put the practice into effect yesterday.
In the country of 5.8 million people, 1,142,046 people received the first dose and 549,173 received a second dose of vaccines.