LIVE: FDA panel to vote on Moderna Covid booster shots — 10/14/2021

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A key Food and Drug Administration panel is holding a meeting Thursday to discuss and vote on the use of booster shots of Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccine.

Depending on how the meeting goes, the agency could make a final decision within days, handing it off to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and its vaccine advisory committee to make their own decision.

FDA scientists declined to take a stance on whether to back booster shots of Moderna’s Covid vaccine in an unusual move Tuesday, saying the data shows currently authorized vaccines still protect against severe disease and death in the U.S.

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LIVE: FDA panel to vote on Moderna Covid booster shots — 10/14/2021

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