COVID-19 Vaccines: Declining Antibody Levels, Breakthrough Infections Could Spur Booster Recommendations
Although data to support use of booster doses currently are lacking, members of the US CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices suggest potential triggers for recommending revaccination after the primary series.
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