CDC expected to recommend boosters for children, 5 to 11

Dr. Simone Wildes, South Shore Health infectious diseases specialist, discusses the timeline of when booster shots could be available for children ages 5-11 pending CDC approval.

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15 thoughts on “CDC expected to recommend boosters for children, 5 to 11

  1. We already saw that two months ago Pfizer Covid vaccine was just 12% effective against omicron in kids 5 to 11. Even for the larger doses for adults, the efficacy fell from 64% to 39% in just a month.

    For context, the FDA’s expectation is of “at least 50%” efficacy for any approvable vaccine

  2. EVEN ACHOR CANT BELIEVE SHE IS SAYING THIS…. JUST WONDERING WHEN TONY FAUCI AND OBAMA WILL BE PICKED UP BY THE FBI AND CIA AND HELD AND GIVEN TRUTH SERUM TO GET TO THE BOTTOM OF THIS ????? DOSE IT NEED TO START HARMING IMPORTANT PEOPLE FIRST ?????????? JUST SAING THE FLYING FREDDY MERCURY BAT SICKNESS WITH TIES TO ALL THE COMMERCIALS ON TV SYMPTOMS THAT ARE ADVERTISED

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