The New York Times reports:
The federal government is expected to take a significant step this week toward offering booster doses to a much wider range of Americans as advisers to the Food and Drug Administration meet on Thursday and Friday to discuss recipients of the Johnson & Johnson and Moderna coronavirus vaccines.
On Thursday, the F.D.A.’s advisory panel of vaccine experts will discuss safety and efficacy data regarding booster shots for Moderna recipients. On Friday, the group will discuss Johnson & Johnson boosters. The agency typically issues decisions within a few days of advisory committee meetings.
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Advisers to the FDA this week will discuss booster data for recipients of the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccines. Decisions on the additional shots could come within a few days of the meetings. https://t.co/bPxCWjNLEk
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