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The FDA approved the Moderna Cowed booster shot.

The FDA approved the Moderna Cowed booster shot.

U.S. health advisers said Thursday that some Americans who have received the modern Covid vaccine should receive a half-dose booster to increase protection against the virus.

A panel of Food and Drug Administration advisers unanimously voted to recommend a booster shot for the elderly, with other health issues, jobs or living conditions that put them at increased risk for COVID-19.

The recommendation is non-binding, but it is an important step in expanding the US booster campaign to millions more Americans. Many people who received their initial Pfizer shots at least six months ago are already receiving boosters after the FDA approved their use last month.

As far as food is concerned, the initial modern vaccination consists of two 100 microgram shots. But Moderna says a 50 microgram shot booster should be enough.

The agency called its experts on Thursday and Friday to review who should receive the booster and when for those who received the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson shots earlier this year.

The FDA will use the recommendations of its advisers to make the final decision on booster for both companies. Next week, a panel from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will provide more details on who should get it.

U.S. officials have stressed that the priority is to get shots to the 66 million non-immunized Americans who are eligible for immunizations – who are most at risk because of the additional coronavirus contagious delta across the country. Different types have been burned.

“It’s important to remember that vaccines still provide strong protection against serious consequences,” said Dr. Peter Marks, head of the FDA’s vaccines.