Bay Area residents want their COVID boosters soon, but defer to FDA experts
When an FDA advisory panel agreed Friday that only those 65 and older or otherwise at high risk of severe COVID-19 should get vaccine booster shots to bolster their immunity, Colleen Logan found herself left out of that equation.
Covid-19 breakthrough infections: 4 reasons some people get them
Two weeks after your second Covid-19 vaccine dose, the protective effects of vaccination will be at their highest.
At this point, you're fully vaccinated.
FDA Advisers Vote Against Broad Pfizer COVID Booster - But Recommend for People 65 and Older | KQED
The agency typically follows the advice of its advisory committees, though it isn't required to.
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A C.D.C. study shows that, for some older people, the Pfizer vaccine's protection wanes.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released data on Friday indicating that the level of protection against Covid hospitalizations afforded by the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine dropped significantly in the four months after full inoculation.
Experts Advising FDA Vote Against Pfizer COVID Booster
A health care worker prepares Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccines for third doses at a senior living facility in Worcester, Penn., in late August.
Moderna Leads The Authorized COVID Vaccines In Lasting Effectiveness
Researchers say all three authorized COVID vaccines are good at keeping people out of the hospital, but Moderna seems to have the longest-lasting protection.
If You Got the Moderna Vaccine, You're Less Likely to End Up Hospitalized With COVID Than Those Who Got Pfizer or J&J
The Centers for Disease Control has just released results from a head-to-head study of all three COVID-19 vaccines available in the U.S., and Moderna's comes out on top when it comes to effectiveness.
Sarah Palin freezes in awkward smile as Fox host lets loose with creepy sexual innuendo
Fox News host Greg Gutfield got an awkward smile from former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) after making a creepy comment about her, but she sprang back later in the interview to say that she is refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccine because she's a "white common sense conservative."
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