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.