. Health officials sticking with 8-month COVID booster shot timeline « JO LEE MAGAZINE

ABC News-  Public health officials are sticking with the recommendation that people get booster shots eight months after getting the COVID-19 vaccine, but that could change based on reviewing the data, Dr. Anthony Fauci said on Sunday.

The U.S. has continued to experience its steepest rise in COVID-19 related hospitalizations since the winter of 2020, with more than 101,000 patients hospitalized across the country with COVID-19, as of Thursday. This marked the highest number of patients hospitalized with the virus in seven months.

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