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NACI chair on why where you live should be factored into deciding which vaccine to get

NACI chair on why where you live should be factored into deciding which vaccine to get
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OTTAWA -- The chair of the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) says an individuals location should play a part in deciding which vaccine to take.

Dr. Caroline Quach told CTV News Channels Power Play on Monday that if someone lives in a COVID-19 hot spot, taking the first vaccine thats presented is the smartest decision given the risks of getting COVID-19 are higher than those of the reported side effects. However, if situated in an area with low COVID-19 transmission, waiting for an mRNA [vaccine] is OK.

Her comments came hours after NACI delivered their latest recommendations on the use of the one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
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