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Covid boosters 'safe and effective' 3 months after last jab says EU watchdog

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Head of Vaccine Strategy at the European Medicines Agency (EMA) Marco Cavaleri says it is "safe and effective" to issue booster doses of Covid-19 vaccines as soon as three months after the initial course, down from previous guidance of six months. SOUNDBITE

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