September 23, 2021

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The United States says the booster dose will be given starting in September

(CNN) – Public health officials and U.S. medical experts announced Wednesday in a joint statement that the booster dose of the Govit-19 vaccine will be given this fall, subject to approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. And approval by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

“We are ready to give the booster dose to all Americans 8 months after a person’s second dose starting the week of September 20,” said U.S. Health officials, CDC Director Dr. Janet Woodcock, in statement.

“At that time, people who have been fully vaccinated in the early stages of vaccination, including many health care providers, nursing homes and other elderly people, will be eligible for a booster dose. And they were given a continuous increase in the risk of representing COVID-19.

Officials write that licensed Govt-19 vaccines are “significantly effective in reducing the risk of serious illness, hospitalization and death, but also against the widespread delta variation,” but that protection against the corona virus is beginning to decline over time.

The report said, “Current protection against acute illness, hospitalization and mortality may decline in the coming months, especially for those at high risk or vaccinated in the early stages of vaccination. For that reason, we concluded that a booster dose is needed to increase vaccine-induced protection and prolong its life.”

While that initial booster dose was available for the Pfizer / Bioentech and Modern vaccines, officials said in a statement that they expected Johnson & Johnson vaccine recipients to need booster shots. “Administration of the J&J vaccine did not begin in the United States until March 2021. We expect more data on J&J in the coming weeks,” the statement said.

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Officials concluded the report by noting that they continue to expand their efforts to increase the global distribution of vaccines to other countries, adding, “We have already added more than the $ 600 million we have pledged to donate worldwide.”

Officials will discuss the plan during the White House Govt-19 conference at ET at 11am. Walensky, Woodcock, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Vivek Murthy, Director of National Institutes of Health Dr. Dr. Rachel Levine, Head of Science. David Kessler, Director of Govt Response and Dr. Marcella Nunes-Smith, Govt Health Equity Task Force.