The Biden Administration announced last week that COVID-19 booster shots will be available by mid-September for those eight months into being fully-vaccinated. But with many Americans still unvaccinated and vaccine access worldwide varying wildly, are booster shots premature? Stat reporter Helen Branswell joins to explain the ins and outs of the decision.
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