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B.C. moving second COVID-19 vaccine dose to eight weeks
British Columbia announced plans Thursday to drop the amount of time between receiving COVID-19 vaccine doses from 16 weeks to eight. Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says a steady supply of vaccines has allowed for this move.
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