Chris Hawkins


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Answer by Chris Hawkins20

You have the right mentality, so thank you for joining a small group of people doing this. I did first dose first myself, with first dose in Jan but yesterday (about 12 weeks later) I got the second dose, because I don't know anyone who really wants it who hasn't gotten it (besides kids) and it was easy to get an appointment, and the vaccine supply is stockpiling in the US, so it's not clear to me there is any real constraint anymore. I think once it seems too easy to get a shot near you, go get the second one.

The other posters who seem to suggest your second dose was going in the trash or something are incorrect. People should have been doing first dose first for supply reasons. It's unclear if that is a reason anymore, but certainly the booster will work better at 12 weeks vs 3-4.