„If you are high-risk, the answer is straightforward. If you are low-risk, there is less consensus.
Based on all of the recent findings, there is consensus that if you are at high risk, getting a vaccine booster at least annually, and possibly more frequently, continues to be valuable. For young, healthy people, though, the decision of when to get a booster, or whether to get one at all, is more individual.“
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