November 30, 2021
Public Health/Prevention
  • The CDC strengthened its COVID-19 booster recommendation Monday, saying that all American adults “should” get booster doses of the available COVID-19 vaccines. The agency had previously said that Americans over age 50, as well as those ages 18 and older living in long-term care facilities, “should” get booster shots while all other adults “may” decide to do so based on their individual risk. The shift came hours after a national address by President Biden, who urged Americans to get vaccinated and get booster shots if they are eligible. (Articles here, here, here, here, and here)