Should people wait until the fall for a second booster? CDC panel weighs in.

Posted on AllSides April 21st, 2022
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Just weeks after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended a second Covid-19 booster dose for people ages 50 and above, independent advisers to the agency are seeking to clear up confusion over which people in that age group may truly need that shot now and who could possibly wait until the fall for another dose.

In March, the Food and Drug Administration authorized a second booster for people ages 50 and up four months after their first one. Shortly after, the CDC signed off on the FDA’s action, saying...

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