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Americans who’ve received two shots of Pfizer or Moderna, or the single-dose J&J vaccine, are considered “fully vaccinated” … for now. That could change, depending on the data, according to White House chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci. Already, some U.S. governors are pushing to update the definition to include boosters.
Last week, CDC officials urged all adults to get a vaccine booster six months after completing their original vaccine regimen.
In this episode of Coronavirus: The Truth, Jeremy Corr and Dr. Robert Pearl discuss vaccine booster rates in the United States, the possible definition change for “fully vaccinated,” and what the future may hold. Tune in now for the latest, science-based answers to the following [time stamped] questions:
[01:00] Each show begins with the most recent and relevant facts concerning the Covid-19 pandemic and its impact on American life. What’s happening and what does it mean?
[05:54] What can Puerto Rico teach the rest of America about vaccinations?
[08:23] Why are cases in Europe spiking despite high vaccination rates?
[11:26] Why is Moderna battling the NIH over vaccine patent rights?
[14:20] Where do labor union stand on vaccine mandates?
[16:02] What’s the status of President Biden’s vaccine plan for large employers?
[17:18] What’s the mental-health impact social distancing and isolation?
[18:53] Will booster shots change our nation’s definition of “fully vaccinated”?
[19:57] What’s good this week?
[21:48] What’s this episode’s big non-Covid story?
[28:15] How do patients feel about telehealth?
[29:30] How is Singapore’s government punishing unvaccinated citizens?
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