The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have recommended a second booster dose for coronavirus patients over the age of 50.
On Tuesday (March 29), the two organizations announced the decision to give the second booster dose to the fifties. They said that the second dose should be taken at least four months after the first booster dose.
FDA Director (Research) Dr. Peter Marks said a second booster dose of coronavirus would boost everyone’s immunity.
The CDC agreed within hours of the Food and Drug Administration’s approval.
CDC director said. Rachel Walenski says another booster dose is very important for those over the age of 50 or 65 who are suffering from other ailments.