CBS 42 House Calls: How to speed up the vaccination process

Health

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — It’s been a week since the state of Alabama opened their vaccination effort for anyone over the age of 16.

During Monday’s CBS 42 House Calls Dr. Celeste Reese-Willis said she does not recommend people get two different vaccines at the same time. Whether it’s a flu shot or another vaccine, Dr. Reese-Willis believes the COVID-19 vaccine should be taken 14 days before any other vaccine.

But can someone get two different COVID-19 vaccines? “Absolutley not,” Dr. Reese-Willis said. If someone received the Pfizer vaccine, she recommends to follow up with the Pfizer vaccine. And same with the Moderna vacccine.

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