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If I received another vaccine (HPV, Tdap, Pneumonia, etc.), how long should I wait until getting the COVID-19 vaccine?

Little is known about the safety and efficacy of administering the COVID-19 vaccine at the same time as other vaccines. As a result, it is recommended that both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine be administered alone, with a minimum 14-day interval before or after the administration of any other vaccine. However, COVID-19 vaccines may be administered within a shorter period of time in situations where the risk caused by being unvaccinated is larger than the benefit of waiting. If the COVID-19 vaccine is inadvertently administered within 14 days of another vaccine, doses need not be repeated for either vaccine.

Updated 6 April 2021

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