FDA to approve ‘mix-and-match’ booster shots of COVID vaccine: report

Used vials of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
Used vials of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. Photo credit Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images
By , Audacy

The Food and Drug Administration is preparing to advise Americans to get whichever COVID-19 booster shot is readily available, despite the maker of their initial dose, according to sources who briefed The New York Times and The Washington Post Monday.

The department is reportedly scrambling to put the final touches on its recommendations, which could be released Wednesday.

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