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+ Anyone getting a coronavirus vaccine will likely have to wait around six weeks after their first jab to get full protection, one of the government’s top doctors has said.
Speaking at a press conference on Monday Boris Johnson and his officials attempted to cool optimism about the possibility of an imminent vaccine, warning there was still some stages to go.
Jonathan Van-Tam, the government’s deputy chief medical officer, said all but one of the vaccine candidates would require a first shot and then a booster shot three to four weeks later.
The “basic immunological principles” suggested people would then have to wait a two weeks after that second shot before they were protected to whatever extent the vaccine allowed, he said.