CDC advisory panel votes to recommend Pfizer boosters for people 65 and older

Health September 23, 2021 News
CDC advisory panel votes to recommend Pfizer boosters for people 65 and older

From ABC News | Politics by Sasha Pezenik, Sony Salsman, and Arielle Mitropoulos

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's independent advisory panel has unanimously voted to recommend booster doses of Pfizer's COVID vaccine for people aged 65 and older, along with long-term care facility residents, at least six months after their second dose.

The panel also voted to recommend booster doses for people between the ages of 50 and 64 years old who have underlying medical conditions, at least six months out from their second dose.

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