The director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Dr. Rochelle Walensky, signed off on updated COVID-19 vaccine boosters from Pfizer and Moderna.
On Wednesday, President Biden, Vice President Harris, and the U.S. Department of Education announced a three-part plan to help working and middle-class federal student loan borrowers transition back to regular payment as pandemic-related support expires.
Por Claudia Boyd-Barrett
Esta historia fue producida como parte de una colaboración con el Centro para la Integridad Pública, Investigaciones de Periodismo de Columbia, Investigaciones Tipo y el Informe de Salud de California.
By Claudia Boyd-Barrett
This story was produced as part of a collaboration with the Center for Public Integrity, Columbia Journalism Investigations, Type Investigations and the California Health Report.
Pfizer recently asked the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to authorize their newly updated COVID-19 booster shots for people aged 12 and older.
These six families are farm workers who lost all their belongings due to the fire. The six families consisted of 11 children (one toddler) and 15 adults (one special needs).
Both Pfizer and Moderna bivalent boosters are expected to be distributed in September.
This bivalent booster consists of the old vaccine formula with a new one that fights against omicron variants including BA.4 and BA.5.