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CDC panel recommends COVID boosters for all adults

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A CDC advisory panel is now recommending that all adults be allowed to receive a COVID-19 vaccine booster.

An outside panel of the CDC voted unanimously on Friday to recommend allowing all adults to receive a COVID-19 booster.

The move comes as COVID cases rise across the country, and happened a few hours after the FDA expanded its emergency use authorization for Pfizer and Moderna for those age 18 and up.

Adults who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine have already been approved for booster shots two months after their first dose.

The CDC Director will still need to formally expand eligibility.

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Slacker06 November 21, 2021 at 11:18 am

“At this point what difference does it make?” Who trusts the CDC?

Charles U Farley November 22, 2021 at 10:55 am

I wouldn’t trust the CDC to tell me what the 3rd and 4th letters of the alphabet are, let alone take medical advice from those fraudulent morons!

Thor November 22, 2021 at 12:13 pm

I think the CDC, Fauchi and his ilk are reveling in the attention they are getting and will say/do anything to stay in the limelight.

They went from being ignored to being the most important people in the news…they will do whatever is necessary to make sure their addition to attention is fed.


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