Report: FDA expected to approve third-dose booster shots

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC)— Federal health officials are expected to approve booster shots for all adults six months after their initial vaccine

That’s according to the Wall Street Journal.

All three vaccines; Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson and Johnson could get approval from the Food and Drug Administration by mid-September.

The Centers for Disease Control originally announced adults should get a third dose of the vaccine after eight months, but the change comes after a review of recent data from vaccine makers.

Recently the CDC said J&J’s booster gives a "rapid and robust increase" in Covid-19 antibodies.