バイデンは、FDAの承認後にCOVID-19ブースターショットを取得すると述べています, CDCのボス

社長, ホワイトハウスから, 医師や科学者は言った, 科学的レビューを完了した後, ブースターショットが提供すると信じている “トップレベルの保護” COVID-19に対して.

Those eligible include those 65 years or older, 大人 18 or older with underlying health conditions like diabetes and obesity, and those are increased risk of COVID like health care workers, teachers, and grocery store workers,” バイデンは言った, noting that eligible group covered approximately 60 million Americans.

BIDEN URGES UNVACCINATED TO ‘DO THE RIGHT THING,’ AFTER CDC BOSS DEFIES PANEL OVER BOOSTER REMENDATIONS

Biden said scientists and medical officials recommended the third dose of Pfizer vaccine to those who received their second dose six months ago.

If you got Pfizer in January, February or March this year and are over 65 or have an underlying health condition or are a frontline worker, you can get a booster now,” バイデンは言った.

I’ll be getting my booster,” バイデンは言った, joking that it ishard to acknowledge I’m over 65.

All kidding aside, I’ll be getting my booster shot as soon as I can get it done,” バイデンは言った.

For those Americans who received two doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, or one shot of Johnson & ジョンソン, 大統領は言った “you still have a high degree of protection,” and said doctors and scientists are currentlyanalyzing data on whether and when you need a booster shot.

“再び, the bottom line is, 完全にワクチン接種されている場合, you’re highly protected from severe illness, even if you get COVID-19,” 大統領は言った.

我ら. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky late Thursday endorsed the Pfizer コロナウイルス vaccine booster ショット for younger at-risk workers, which was seen as a rare break from the agency’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices panel.

The panel had recommended the booster for Americans 65 and older and for those over 50 with underlying medical conditions, but voted against the younger at-risk worker recommendation.

Walensky put it back in, saying it aligns with a U.S. Food and Drug Administration booster authorization from earlier this week.

As CDC Director, it is my job to recognize where our actions can have the greatest impact,” Walensky said in a statement. “At CDC, we are tasked with analyzing complex, often imperfect data to make concrete recommendations that optimize health. パンデミックで, even with uncertainty, we must take actions that we anticipate will do the greatest good.

The younger at-risk group includes teachers and front-line medical workers.

But Walensky aligned herself with the FDA and the White House, which recommended giving boosters to more Americans.

その間, バイデン, touted theincredible progressof vaccinations, 以上で 182 million Americans fully vaccinated with Pfizer, Moderna or one shot of Johnson & ジョンソン.

But Biden stressed that this pandemicis a pandemic of the unvaccinated.

We still have over 70 million Americans who have failed to get a single shot. さらに悪いことに, we have elected officials actively working, with false information, to undermine the fight against COVID-19,” バイデンは言った. “This is totally unacceptable.

Biden said themajority of Americans are doing the right thing,” but said that one quarter of the population is not.

With a country like ours, that can cause an awful lot of damage, and they are causing a lot of damage,” Biden explained. “The unvaccinated overcrowded our hospitals, overrun our emergency rooms and intensive care units, leaving no room for a heart attack or cancer care, because places they can get that care are not available.

The unvaccinated also put our economy at risk, causing unease around the kitchen table,” バイデンは言った, noting hecan’t imagine the conversations going on,” and saying that the unvaccinated arepotentially slowing economic growth.

Their refusal has cost all of us. The refusal to get vaccinated has cost all of us,” he stressed, adding that he intends to move forward in mandating vaccinations wherever he can.

社長, 今月上旬, signed an executive order requiring all federal workers in the executive branch to be vaccinated, as well as another that mandated all private companies with more than 100 employees to require vaccinations.

These requirements will cover 2/3 of all workers in America,” バイデンは言った, adding that business leaders have called him and thanked him. “This gives them the ability to move forward.

バイデン, in his final plea, begged unvaccinated Americans todo the right thing.

I understand there is a lot of misinformation being fed out there. Get to people you trust, people who have been vaccinated, ask them, 予防接種を受ける,” バイデンは言った.

Listen to the voices of the unvaccinated Americans who are lying in hospital beds taking their final breaths,” バイデンは言った. “Saying, if only I had gotten vaccinated. If only. If only. Leaving behind husbands and wives, small children and people who adore them.

People are dying and will die who don’t have to die,” Biden continued. “It is not hyperbole. It is literally a tragedy. Please don’t let this become your tragedy.

彼が追加した: “Get vaccinated. It can save your life and save the lives around you.

The president said that the U.S. has madeso much progresssince he has taken office in the fight against COVID-19.

Now we face a critical moment. We have the tools and we have the plan. We just have to find the job together, as one nation, and I know we can,” 彼は言った. “God bless you all, and please, look out for your own self interest and health here.

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