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Jab trial participants to be offered approved vaccine doses so they can travel abroad

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Vaccine clinical trial participants will be given the opportunity to receive two additional doses of an approved vaccine so they can travel abroad, the government has announced.

The majority of foreign countries currently do not recognise clinical trial volunteers as being fully vaccinated, instead requiring visitors to be jabbed with a vaccine that is approved by regulators.

The additional doses will initially be offered to those taking part in the Novavax trial, before being rolled out to participants in other relevant trials within the coming weeks.

They will be offered two doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, with an eight-week interval between first and second doses.

 Sky News

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