The Biden administration will soon recommend that Americans get a coronavirus booster shot eight months after completing their initial vaccination, according to three people familiar with the discussions.
The announcement, which is expected as soon as this week, comes as administration health officials have coalesced around a plan to start distributing the shots as early as mid- to late September.
The strategy is dependent on the Food and Drug Administration first authorizing boosters for eligible Americans, and officials are still hammering out the specifics of the rollout. But it represents a jarring
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