Pfizer plans to brief US health officials on Covid-19 booster shots on Monday – News Vibe24

    Pfizer plans to brief US health officials on Covid-19 booster shots on Monday - Times of India
    Washington: Pfizer intends to support the use of Covid-19 assault rifles during a scheduled meeting Monday with U.S. health officials, the Washington Post reported, citing the company and sources.
    Earlier in the week, Pfizer and BioNTech promised to provide the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the European Medicines Agency with information about the third dose of the Koranovirus vaccine that was thought to be a booster. However, the US Department of Health and Human Services has scrapped the idea, dismissing the need for support plans at this time.
    Among the officials invited to the briefing were Anthony Fauci, chief US expert on infectious diseases, NIH director Francis Collins, CDC director Rochelle Walensky, FDA deputy commissioner Janet Woodcock, chief surgeon of Covid-19 response.
    However, it is not clear who will attend the meeting, which may be postponed.
    Last Sunday, said Jeffrey Zients, White House Koran virus response coordinator CBS News that the United States is prepared to use Covid-19 boosters when experts recommend it.

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