New COVID-19 booster shots — specially formulated to fight multiple omicron variants — will be available by fall.
The BA.2 variant, the newest COVID-19 strain, continues to account for a high percentage of cases in the United States. Is BA.2 a concern? And how worried should you be?
If you’re confused about coronavirus vaccination, you’re not alone. Blame the confusion on the coronavirus itself.
Patients with compromised immune systems soon could be first in line in the U.S. to get COVID-19 booster shots and doctors on the front lines are eager to help vulnerable patients boost their antibodies.
Although less than half the U.S. population has been fully immunized against COVID-19, medical experts and vaccine specialists are studying and preparing for the need for COVID-19 booster shots. Here’s a rundown of some of the big questions and answers – many of them tentative, as it’s still early days – having to do with coronavirus booster shots.