See who should be immunized with adaptive vaccines

See who should be immunized with adaptive vaccines
See who should be immunized with adaptive vaccines
Adapted mRNA vaccines against COVID-19 are administered in RHIs, in general practitioners’ offices and in vaccination sites opened to hospitals. This was announced on their Facebook page by the Ministry of Health’s “Plus Me” campaign to promote the benefits of vaccination against COVID-19.

These vaccines are administered as a first or second booster in persons aged 12 years and older. Vaccination can be carried out at the earliest 3 months after the primary course of vaccination has been completed or after a booster has been administered.

A booster dose of an adapted mRNA vaccine is highly recommended for:


➡️Transplanted patients receiving immunosuppressive therapy;

➡️Chronic dialysis patients;

➡️Patients with oncohematological diseases;

➡️Consumers and staff in social institutions providing long-term care for the elderly;

➡️Medical professionals engaged in the treatment of patients with COVID-19;
➡️Adults aged 65 and over;

➡️Individuals over 12 years of age who received their last dose of vaccine against COVID-19 (whether to complete primary immunization or booster dose) more than 6 months ago.

Vaccines have been adapted (ie, updated) to better match the circulating variants of SARS-CoV-2. Adapted vaccines provide broader protection against different variants and therefore help maintain optimal protection against COVID-19 as the virus mutates, the health ministry said.

Adverse reactions seen with the adapted vaccines are comparable to those seen with the original vaccines and are usually mild and short-lived.

The original Comirnaty and Spikevax vaccines are still effective in preventing severe disease, hospitalization and death associated with COVID-19, and their use will continue for the primary course of vaccination, experts say.

The article is in bulgaria


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