Immunocompromised? This Is How Long the CDC Says to Wait Before Your Fourth Shot

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Currents News Staff

Starting this week, some at-risk Americans can become eligible for a fourth COVID vaccine shot.

According to recommendations from the CDC, doses will be given to people with immuno-compromising diseases who received their booster five months ago.

The agency initially recommended a six month wait, but shortened it in hopes of addressing the current surge of infections.