Dr. Anthony Fauci told MSNBC’s Mehdi Hasan that booster shots for the Covid-19 vaccine very well may be needed after about a year or so to maintain immunity against the virus.
“We need to be careful about that six month number,” said Fauci, noting that that time period was how long they had been able to study so far.
“So the good news is that it’s at least six months,” added Fauci. “Hopefully a lot more. But in direct answer to your question, if it turns out a year or a year and a half, we very well may need to get booster shots to keep up the level of protection.”
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Dr. Fauci: ‘We Very Well May Need to Get Booster Shots’ After A Year or So to Maintain Covid Immunity https://t.co/qXUhejeRIb
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