The National Immunization Panel (NIG) recommends booster vaccination for persons 65 years of age and older and at-risk persons of all ages. The experts have not made a general recommendation for booster vaccination. They expect to make such a recommendation in the fall.
Vaccination should be given “no earlier than four months, but in any case, starting six months after completion of basic immunization (3rd vaccination) or after PCR-confirmed infection.” Healthy, immunocompetent individuals 12 to 64 years of age are not generally recommended for booster vaccination. In the fall, the federal government will launch a vaccination campaign in businesses and clubs. All citizens will also again be informed of the booster vaccination by letter. The NIG still does not recommend vaccination for children under five.
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