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SBS Changes Vaccine Rules to 'Govit Recovered'

SBS Changes Vaccine Rules to ‘Govit Recovered’

In another change to the vaccination protocol, the health committee of SBS Portugal announced that people who have recovered from Covit-19 and are considered fully vaccinated with one dose in this country can now request another dose. Travel to countries such as the UK or Canada that do not accept single-dose users without being forced into isolation.

In other words, this decision has nothing to do with people’s health or immunity – but with the rules of other countries.

People with and recovering from Govit-19 disease naturally are thought to have much stronger immunity than those who have not yet had it, but have received two doses of the vaccine (click here), and the second dose appears to be completely unnecessary.

This is not the first decision made regarding logistics.

According to SIC TV News, the latest round of the flu vaccine is being combined with a third dose of the state’s vaccines to boost the vaccine and “make life easier” for people over 65.

This is despite the fact that Portugal’s Vaccine Technology Commission considers the gap between the two vaccines to be very sensitive.

SBS, which accepted the argument, said that if people thought so, they could order the photos individually and schedule a second vaccination two weeks later.

The sentiment behind this series of rules and regulations scams seems unquestionable.

The SIC says it believes the number of “survivors” who can now choose a second dose of the vaccine to enter other countries is “about a million”.

However, the station ensures that those who do not have to travel to places that do not accept the placement of the vaccine will be considered “fully vaccinated” here in Portugal.

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