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The health ministry’s plan to administer third doses of COVID-19 vaccines at least eight months after an individuals' second shot needs to be reconsidered and the timeline should be shortened, according to projections by a researcher at the University of Tokyo.

Failing to accelerate the rollout of booster shots may lead to a new wave of infections that could far surpass that of the fifth wave over the summer, the projections show.

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