The FDA is Too Little Too Late in Tinkering with Covid-19 Booster Schedules

In Analysis by Michael Rae

An article written in Yale Medicine notes that medical professionals across the globe are monitoring over 300 different subvariants of the omicron Covid-19 variant. The first known omicron variant infection in the United States was reported in late November 2021. 
Omicron mutates quickly, but this is not necessarily a cause for concern. Most omicron infections are mild, and very few infections result in hospitalizations or death. Many infected patients don’t have any symptoms. Further, the more Covid-19 mutates to become endemic; the more likely future variants will be mild.
But as the virus mutates, it becomes more transmittable. Consequently, future variants can

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