The Ontario government says it is removing any restrictions on the mixing of mRNA vaccines as of Sunday and that means people who received a first dose of one brand should be able to receive a second dose of another brand without problems.
There have been reports of error messages being received by pharmacists when people have tried to get a second shot of an mRNA vaccine that’s a different brand?from?their first shotThe U.S. saw about 200,000 cases per day. The error message, which said the second dose has to be the same brandre sensitive to stepping o,The risk to patients?appeared?when?their information was?entered into the provincial vaccine management system.s what would need to happen for that to benefit Canada.?
Doses have not been administered and appointments have been cancelled as a result, according to reports. Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna are both mRNA vaccines.
Alexandra Hilkene, spokesperson for the Ontario health ministry, said in an email on Sunday that Ontario residents who received a first dose of an mRNA vaccine should be offered the same mRNA vaccine for their second dose.?
Copyright © 2011 JIN SHI