Are you concerned enough about another spike in COVID-19 cases to get a second booster shot?

THE FOOD AND DRUG Administration on March 29 authorized a second COVID-19 booster for everyone age 50 and older. Pictured is Elizabeth McKenna, left, of Pawtucket receiving her COVID-19 vaccination from Rhode Island Disaster Medical Assistance volunteer Kristen Poshkus at Kirkbrae Country Club in Lincoln. / PBN FILE PHOTO/JAMES BESSETTE
The Food and Drug Administration on March 29 authorized a second COVID-19 booster for everyone age 50 and older. This could allow a fourth dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines to that age group at least four months after their previous booster. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention still must weigh in with…

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