Coronavirus: America to give COVID booster shot to its citizens
On Thursday night, CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Valensky said that a panel of advisors regarding the corona has approved a booster dose for people with weakened immunity.
New Delhi: Amidst the worldwide debate about the booster shot against Corona, America has allowed it for its citizens. According to the information received, this booster dose will be given to people who have crossed the age of 65 or 54 to 65 years posted in hospitals. The Food and Drug Administration of America has given its nod for this. On Thursday night, CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Valensky said that a panel of advisors regarding the corona has approved a booster dose for people with weakened immunity.
Booster dose after complete vaccination:
Let us tell you, the US panel has approved the booster shot only for those people who would have taken both doses of the vaccine six months ago. It is believed that with the third dose of the vaccine, their immunity will be good, so that they will be able to fight the war against Corona in a better way.
Refusal for 18 to 64 years:
Only people above 65 years of age are eligible for the booster dose or the person taking the dose should be a health worker. But a proposal was also made to give booster dose to health workers aged 18 to 64 years before the panel, which the panel rejected. However, CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Valensky has again made this proposal to the panel. It is believed that the panel can take a decision on this by next week.
Let us tell you, so far no advisory has been issued by the World Health Organization regarding the third dose. Despite this, some countries of the world have given permission for booster doses. In the past, news had come that without permission, politicians and doctors had also administered booster doses in some hospitals of Mumbai.
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