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Bad News For The Vaccinated As This Could Happen To Them

The definition of completely vaccinated may alter in the future, given that Covid-19 booster doses are available, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday. "We haven't modified the meaning of 'completely vaccinated.' We will continue to investigate this. In the future, we may need to revise our definition of 'fully vaccinated,' "Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said reporters during a press conference.

In Countries like the US, being completely vaccinated now requires having either both doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. That definition may in the future change with the introduction of booster injections. So far, the CDC has suggested that specific categories of individuals, such as those aged 65 and higher, acquire one.

People over the age of 18 who work in high-risk environments or have underlying medical issues are also eligible for a booster injection at this time. Earlier this week, the Food and Drug Administration approved booster doses for both the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccines. Individuals can mix and match booster doses with their original Covid-19 vaccine, according to the FDA.

During a news conference on Friday, White House coronavirus response coordinator Jeff Zients stated that the booster injection will be accessible to more than 120 million Americans "in the coming months." According to data provided by Johns Hopkins University, about 58 percent of the whole US population is presently completely vaccinated against the coronavirus. According to CDC data, around 6 percent of the overall population has gotten a booster dosage.

It is hard to tell how much it will take for a person to be deemed fully vaccinated, as we can see on the report that the conditions may be subjected to change, meaning that if they find out that the jab/s that one took is ineffective they might require that person to take booster shots, it could be an endless cycle of a shot after shots for all we know and that is just a painful way for a human being to live.

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