Doctor breaks down Moderna’s booster shot and mixing of vaccines

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ABC News’ Stephanie Ramos speaks with Stanford Children’s Health physician Dr. Alok Patel on the FDA’s recommendation on the Moderna booster shot, and whether it’s safe to mix different vaccines.

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