DENVER (CBS4)– Plans to roll out a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine booster shot to the general public will be scaled back. This comes after the Food and Drug Administration approved the boosters only for a targeted group.
“They felt like there wasn’t sufficient data to recommend it broadly to all,” Director of Infection Prevention at UCHealth, Dr. Michelle Barron said.
For several weeks they have been providing a third dose to those now in that approved group.
“They did tentatively approve it for over 65 and those with high-risk medical conditions as well as health care workers,” Barron said.
So the question is, why not give the option for a booster to everyone?
“They just didn’t feel like they…
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