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Walgreens is changing Pfizer second dose COVID-19 vaccine timing based on CDC recommendation

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Until now, Walgreens had been administering the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine four weeks after the first, the company confirmed Monday to USA TODAY. Federal guidance is three weeks.

“We have been automatically scheduling patients’ second doses to occur a minimum of 28 days following their first dose to ensure that no dose is administered earlier than the authorized intervals and patients can complete the series vaccination,” Walgreens spokesperson Rebekah Pajak said in an email.

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