A panel of CDC advisers unanimously recommended that Pfizer recipients 65 and older, and others at risk of severe COVID, get a Pfizer booster at least 6 months after their first two doses.
A CDC panel has recommended Pfizer booster shots for people 65 and up and those at high risk of severe COVID. Director Rochelle Walensky is expected to accept the recommendation.
A CDC advisory panel has backed booster doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for millions of older or otherwise vulnerable Americans.
What people are saying?
Simon Williams The CDC advisory panel voted to approve a booster shot of the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine for 50 to 64 years old with underlying medical conditions, at least 6 months after their second dose.
Matt Kunar DO, MBOE Great news… now we also need to focus on those who are misinformed and vaccine hesitant. The vaccine does not cause infertility and it is not a tracking device. Be a Patriot, put America First and get a vaccine.