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FDA authorizes Moderna and Johnson & Johnson booster shots

FDA authorizes Moderna and Johnson & Johnson booster shots as well as mix-and-matching between different manufacturers.

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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved certain members of the population to get booster shots from either Johnson & Johnson and Moderna on Wednesday.

The Pfizer-BioNTech booster shot was approved for some groups last month. On Wednesday, the FDA also authorized each of the available vaccines as “heterologuous,” which means people can mix-and-match booster doses from a different brand than the one they received for their original doses.

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