Health officials in the U.S. are coalescing behind a COVID-19 booster shot for all Americans eight months after they’ve received the second shot, a source familiar with the discussions confirmed to Fox News.

News outlets including the Associated Press and Reuters first reported on the planned booster recommendation. The third dose would only be administered after the Food and Drug Administration formally approves the vaccines, the source said. Current planning is to begin administering the booster shots as soon as mid to late September.


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