CDC approves new COVID-19 variant

The CDC’s decision to recommend updated COVID-19 boosters for all Americans aged 12 years and older, using mice-tested, omicron-targeted vaccines, will likely usher in the pandemic’s newest variant.

For the first time, the upcoming variant will not be blamed on the unvaccinated, because the CDC recently issued updated guidance which treats everyone equally, regardless of vaccination status. Since there hasn’t been a new variant in many months, the reason for the new variant will be obvious: mass vaccination.

Arms of people previously injected with an initial series of COVID-19 vaccines are advised by the CDC to get the updated boosters as soon as two months after their most recent shot, down from five months. Old booster shots will no longer be available.

Pfizer’s booster is recommended by the CDC for Americans aged 12 years and up and the Moderna booster for American adults only, for now.

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The updated booster shots will be available to fully vaccinated individuals as early as this weekend.

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