The U.S. has ordered 171 million doses of the new boosters for the fall.
Dallas County, Tarrant County, Denton County and Collin County are all seeing a decrease in COVID-19 hospitalizations in early September.
The decision by CDC Director Rochelle Walensky came shortly after the agency's advisers said if enough people get boosters, the shots could prevent a...
One more step before a fall vaccine campaign can begin: The CDC must recommend who should get the additional shot.
Pfizer and Moderna asked U.S. regulators to authorize their updated vaccines, which contain protection against BA.4 and BA.5, the newest versions of omicron.
Initiatives will include direct outreach to high-risk groups, especially seniors, encouraging them to get COVID-19 booster shots.
Health officials hope the more conventional shot will persuade U.S. adults who haven't yet gotten the vaccine.
Data showed the vast majority of the children who failed to get immunized were living in developing countries, namely Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Nigeria and...
According to the CDC, your COVID-19 booster shot eligibility is dependent on the type of vaccine you received, your age and your immune system.
Roughly 18 million youngsters under 5 are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.
The shots will become available this week, expanding the nation’s vaccination campaign to children as young as 6 months.
The FDA's emergency use authorization allows the companies to begin shipping millions of preordered vaccine doses across the country.
The FDA's outside experts voted unanimously on Tuesday. If the FDA agrees, it would become the second option for children 6 and older.
Military officials say many troops who have refused the shots cite certain COVID-19 vaccines' remote connection to abortions.
Health authorities are considering whether to order a change in the COVID-19 vaccine recipe for a new round of booster shots in the fall...