Canadian health officials are defending the mix-and-match vaccine strategy after the World Health Organization's latest warning against mixing COVID-19 vaccines. @SharkawyMD has advice for people who've received different types.
Mass gatherings without proper #COVID19 precautions are a cause for concern.@WHO's @mvankerkhove says to consider: -The #DeltaVariant's increased transmissibility 🔄 -Vaccine inequity 💉 -Increased social mixing 🏟️
The #COVID19 situation globally is very dangerous with high levels of transmission driven by 4️⃣ major factors: 1️⃣ virus variants 2️⃣ increased social mixing and mobility of people 3️⃣ inappropriate use of public health & social measures 4️⃣ vaccine inequity - Dr @mvankerkhovepic.twitter.com/BKBuTXHbBU
I deleted a tweet of a Reuters story that implied the WHO warned against vaccine mixing. A CBC journalist reviewed the tape and found a lack of context amounted to a story that could mislead. It was specifically about boosters.
Thailand has defended mixing two different Covid-19 vaccines to battle a surge in infections, after the WHO's top scientist warned it was a "dangerous trend" not backed by evidencehttps://t.co/4oOs68rGOE