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The review’s authors, which include two departing Food and Drug Administration officials, say the benefits of the first shots are clear, noting available vaccines are safe, effective and save lives. They acknowledge booster shots may be needed down the line, if future evidence supports them. But they write “there could be risks if boosters are widely introduced too soon, or too frequently.”
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