United States to Offer Covid-19 Booster Shot in September 2021


The health officials of the United States have announced, the United States is going to start the distribution of the corona virus booster shots widely in September 2021, as the new data has shown that, the protection from the vaccine weakens over time.

According to Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of CDC, Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical advisor of US government and Dr. Janet Woodcock, acting commissioner of FDA, it has now been very clear that, the immunity in the people again starts to decrease after the initial two doses of the novel corona virus vaccine and with the dominance of the Delta variant of the corona virus and  they are going to be starting to see the evidences of the decreased protection against the moderate and mild disease.

The health officials of the country said, based on their latest assessment, the current protection against the novel corona virus, along with the deaths and hospitalizations could possibly be diminishing in the months ahead, particularly among those people, who are a high risk and are vaccinated during the early phases of the rollout of covid-19 vaccination.

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The agencies of the United States have been preparing to offer the covid-19 vaccine booster shots to all the eligible people of the United States after receiving their second dose of the corona virus vaccines developed by Pfizer and BioNTech or Moderna, and the officials also said that, the recipients of the single shot covid-19 vaccine developed by Johnson and Johnson are likely going to need the booster shots.