Pfizer COVID Booster Recommendations From CDC Panel Narrower Than FDA's EUA
Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices fails to pass an interim recommendation endorsing third dose of vaccine in health care workers and others at risk of occupational or institutional exposure, with panelists raising concern that the target population was overly broad.
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