ABC NEWS LIVE: CDC expands booster recommendations amid omicron variant concerns

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Plus, Tiger Woods said his days at a full-time golfer are over, and the island of Barbados removes Queen Elizabeth as head of state and honors Rihanna as a national hero.

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