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C.D.C. Recommends People Stay ‘Up to Date’ With Covid Boosters
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said it was not changing its definition of full vaccination against the coronavirus, but recommended that people receive any additional doses they are eligible for.
Individuals are considered fully vaccinated against Covid-19 if they’ve received their primary series — that definition is not changing, but consistent with how public health has historically viewed or even talked about how we recommend vaccines, we are now recommending that individuals stay up to date with additional doses that they are eligible for, and we have now available, how you can stay up to date with your Covid-19 vaccines based on what vaccine you have received and what age group you are in, and that is available now on the C.D.C. website.
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