Kaiser is now contacting approximately 3,900 people who received a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine dosage in between Oct. 25 and Dec. 10.
” We took instant steps to validate that the concern was separated and without delay re-trained staff and verified their understanding of the proper procedure,” Kaiser stated. “We are continually keeping track of so this does not occur again.”
According to Kaisers declaration, the patients may have received between.01 and.04 milliliters less than the recommended dosage of.30 milliliters.
However, Kaiser stated it is providing an additional Pfizer vaccine dosage to the afflicted patients if they request one.
(BCN)– Nearly 4,000 Kaiser clients may have received slightly less than the recommended dose of their COVID-19 vaccination last fall at Kaiser Permanentes Walnut Creek Medical Center, the healthcare company stated Monday.
According to the health care provider, the decreased dosage size was the outcome of miscommunication between staff and was a separated occurrence.
Kaiser and medical specialists from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention kept in mind that the distinction in between the administered dose and the advised dosage is minimal and was not likely to result in lowered protection against COVID.
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