CDC Discussing Boosters For Younger Kids


The CDC could sign off on COVID boosters for millions of children today. Advisers are meeting to talk about a third shot for 12-to-15-year-olds and then it’s up to the director.

The agency followed the FDA Tuesday in shortening the waiting time for a Pfizer booster to five months instead of six. It also updated guidelines after cutting the quarantine time in half. Those who test positive after five days are now urged to isolate for another five days.

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