Fauci Walks Back Claim Booster Shot Is Needed To Be Fully Vaccinated

Dr. Anthony Fauci walked back a claim he made earlier this week that a booster shot is needed to be considered fully vaccine-free in an interview on This Week.
Anthony Fauci spoke at a White House press conference about a pause in issuing the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine. Brendan Smialowski and Brendan SMIALOWSKI are pictured.

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Fauci said that the original two doses of Pfizer and Moderna and a single dose of J and J are fully vaccined.
The White House chief medical adviser said in a pre-taped video that he believed that a third shot boost for the vaccine would work.

It should be part of the standard regimen.
Fauci did not rule out the possibility that booster shots could become necessary if immunity to Covid-19 continues to increase after the extra dose.
17.6% is the rate of change. The number of Americans who have received a booster dose of the vaccine. The Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended booster shots for adults on Friday. It is advised that anyone get the booster shot at least six months after becoming fully vaccine free.

Surprising fact.

The governors of Connecticut and New Mexico said this week that they might include the booster shot in the definition of fully vaccined.

The FDA approved Pfizer's booster shot. The CDC ruled last month that it was safe to mix and match booster shots, meaning that recipients can get a shot from a different drug maker than the one they got for their first dose. The extra dose was first given to people who are high-risk, including elderly people, those who work in healthcare facilities and people who are immunocompromised. Some states already offered the shot to their residents 18 years old or older before the FDA opened up eligibility.
The FDA allows Covid Booster Shots for all adults.

CDC Advisors recommend that adults take a covid booster shot.