Recipients of a COVID booster shot likely won't need another for "many months, and perhaps not for years."
That's according to the New York Times, which analyzed several newly-released studies on the effects of booster shots. "Three doses of a COVID vaccine — or even just two — are enough to protect most people from serious illness and death for a long time," the news agency determined after reading through the studies' findings.
That's not say the findings apply to everyone. "Although people over 65 or at high risk of illness may benefit from a fourth vaccine dose, it may be unnecessary for most people," according to the Times.
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