COVID booster shots could be administered in Guyana if necessary

Should become necessary to save the lives of Guyanese, President Irfaan Ali said on Friday that third doses of a COVID-19 vaccine could be made available and administered to citizens.

“The issue of the third dose, that is something we’ll have to examine. There is no clarity on it. There’s no clarity on how effective the third dose is, but if the third dose is is necessary, especially dealing with the variations of the virus, we will have no
hesitation in investing in the third dose because the lives of our people matters,” the President said.


He made the remarks during a virtual press conference held in New York where he was attending the 76th Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN).

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