Watch: Second dose appointment delays: it’s okay if you have to wait
With COVID-19 vaccine shipments delayed due to weather, many people are having to wait longer than they hoped for their vaccine appointments. Michael Myint, MD, talks about what waiting for your second dose might mean for you (Spoiler alert: The CDC says you've got at least six weeks to get your second dose and still have it be fully effective.
Learn more about the CDC's guidance on vaccine timing.
MultiCare is committed to providing everyone with both doses of the vaccine to ensure its full effectiveness and we will do our best to schedule second doses within the recommended time frame, as vaccine supplies allow.
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