What To Know About Fall Booster Shots Of Coronavirus Vaccine
By Laurie McGinley, The Washington Post.
That review is scheduled for Thursday.
Getting the new booster too soon could limit its effectiveness.
Side effects are not expected to differ from those associated with the current vaccine, which include redness and swelling at the vaccine site, as well as occasional fatigue, headache and muscle soreness, according to the CDC.
The Washington Post’s Lena H. Sun contributed to this report.