RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Chile will apply a fourth dose of the Covid-19 injections starting in February, starting with the most vulnerable groups, President Sebastián Piñera announced Thursday (23).
"And good news: we have already secured the necessary products for the fourth dose," he said.
Earlier, Health Minister Enrique Paris explained that the decision to place the fourth dose was made based on studies that "show that there is a drop in the rate of antibodies" contained in the drugs and that fight Covid-19, six months after the last dose was injected.
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