The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's vaccine advisory committee is meeting on Friday to vote on whether to approve a booster shot for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.
It could mean more fully-vaccinated people might be thinking about a third dose, just as they should also be getting a flu shot.
There has been some confusion and debate about boosters.
"Anybody should get vaccinated period," she said. "So if you haven't even received a first dose, you're able to get a first dose then second dose 90 days after you are diagnosed with a COVID-19 infection."
If you're vaccinated and got a breakthrough case, Kotis said you should still get a booster if and when it is recommended for you.
If you're eligible for a third COVID shot soon — you could get your flu shot at the same time.