The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is likely to greenlight new Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) booster shots that are expected to hit the market as early as this month. The news comes amid reports of renewed COVID-19-related measures and worries that full-scale pandemic mandates could make a pre-election comeback.
The latest COVID-19 booster shots will allegedly "protect against severe disease and death from currently circulating variants."
Reports revealed that the U.S. will likely approve new boosters that have been reportedly formulated to protect against the XBB.1.5. variant of the coronavirus, a subvariant of omicron.
Officials also claim that the booster shots will be effective against the most recently observed strain, BA.2.86.
CDC advisory panel to consider vaccination recommendations
On Tuesday, Sept. 12, an advisory panel for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will consider their vaccination recommendations "based upon eligibility."
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