WHO: Amid short supplies, vaccine doses can be 6 weeks apart – The Washington Post – (sounds good but could well lead to many, many people just having 40/50% protection and be open to infection because of false sense of protection… AKA: Bad idea!)

“WHO’s recommendation at present is that the interval between doses may be extended up to 42 days (6 weeks), on the basis of currently available clinical trial data,” it said, adding: “Should additional data become available on longer intervals between doses, revision of this recommendation will be considered.”

Hard-hit Britain, for example, has decided to delay for as much as 12 weeks — and data from that expansion could help contribute to possible revisions in the WHO recommendation, said WHO spokeswoman Dr. Margaret Harris.

Source: WHO: Amid short supplies, vaccine doses can be 6 weeks apart – The Washington Post