The Biden administration is reportedly moving toward recommending booster shots for many Americans “pending FDA authorization”:

The plan would aim to first give a third jab to healthcare workers and the elderly:

However, Johns Hopkins epidemiologist Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo warned that these boosters may “undermine the global response to covid” and she wants to see more data to show that boosters will actually keep people out of the hospital:

About a month ago, Dr. Anthony Fauci said he didn’t seed the need for a booster shot:

But, now, they’re seeing results out of Israel that have health experts concerned:

Fauci also discounted a study out of the Mayo Clinic that suggested the Moderna vaccine was more effective than Pfizer’s:

As for this third dose, many aren’t waiting on the FDA, Fauci or anyone else: