CDC: 4th Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine May Be Needed for Immunocompromised People

CDC guidelines say immunocompromised may need a fourth COVID vaccine shot.

 
 

The agency says a fourth dose may need to be given six months after the third dose.  The third dose should be given to immunocompromised people 28 days after the second dose.

 
 

Immunocompromised people are those undergoing cancer treatment, have HIV, organ transplant patients, and stem cell recipients, which comprises about 9 million Americans according to the CDC.

 
 

Immunocompromised may need to take a FOURTH COVID-19 vaccine dose

CDC guidelines say immunocompromised may need fourth COVID vaccine shot Agency says fourth dose may need to be given six months after third dose Third dose should be given to immunocompromised 28 days after second dose Immunocompromised are those undergoing cancer treatment or have HIV Organ transplant patients, stem cell


 
 

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