January 6, 2022
Life Sciences
  • The CDC said that it doesn’t have any plans to change the definition of “full vaccination” for COVID-19. According to the agency, people who have had three doses of Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna Inc.’s vaccines, or those who have had a second dose after their Johnson & Johnson vaccine, should be considered “up to date” on their shots. It’s unclear if the agency’s shift in framing will have an impact on schools, businesses, and other groups with vaccine mandates. (Articles here and here)