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US Public Health Officials Disagree With WHO Over Booster Shots
With the Delta variant continuing its swift spread and reports of declining immunity months after COVID-19 vaccination, United States public health officials are suggesting that vaccinated Americans—who comprise just over half of the nation’s population—receive a booster shot 8 months after receiving their first dose. This is in stark contrast to the World Health Organization (WHO), which has pushed for increasing vaccination rates in other countries before the world’s richest nations begin giving booster shots. Both Pfizer and Moderna have applied for US Food and Drug Administration approval for a third dose of their COVID-19 vaccines. Click here to read more.