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Greece Makes 2nd Booster Shots Available for Ages 30-59

ATHENS – Appointments for a second booster shot for coronavirus will be available as of Monday (June 27) for the 30-59 age group on a voluntary basis, the National Vaccination Committee said on Thursday.

The committee reiterated its “strong recommendation” that those over 60 years of age get a second booster shot.

It added there is not enough scientific data recommending those aged under 60 get one as well, therefore deciding to get a second booster shot is entirely optional for the 30-59 age group.

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