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Covid vaccine: Eight-week gap seen as sweet spot for Pfizer jab antibodies – BBC News

Spacing out doses boosts antibody levels, say researchers – who suggest eight weeks as the “sweet spot”.

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A longer gap between first and second doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid vaccine makes the body’s immune system produce more infection-fighting antibodies, UK researchers have found.
Experts say the findings support the UK’s…

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