The Wall Street Journal: U.S. likely to approve COVID-19 boosters at 6 months after vaccination

The Wall Street Journal: U.S. likely to approve COVID-19 boosters at 6 months after vaccination
Federal regulators are likely to approve a COVID-19 booster shot for vaccinated adults starting at least six months after the previous dose rather than the eight-month gap they previously announced, a person familiar with the plans said, as the Biden administration steps up preparations for delivering boosters to the public.

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