FDA Authorizes Boosters for Moderna, J & J, Allows Mix-and-Match FDA Authorizes Boosters for Moderna, J & J, Allows Mix-and-Match

The FDA has followed the advice of its advisory panels, approving additional doses of Moderna and J&J vaccines, and opening up people's options by letting them switch vaccine type for their booster.FDA Approvals
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