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Colorado Approves Covid-19 Vaccine Booster Shots for All Adults

Citing the pervasive spread of the virus, the governor of Colorado touted that high risk of covid-19 makes all the adults eligible for covid-19 Booster shots. The governor said that the adults are highly exposed to the virus making them eligible for doses.

The governor said that the adults that have at least six months past from earlier doses can take the Booster shots. Mr. Polis the democrat signed an executive order declaring that entire state is at risk of exposure to covid-19 virus.

The governor stated that the people who have taken vaccines of companies including Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, or Moderna which have at least six months past can take the Booster shots. The federal regulators have said that adults who are above 60 years of age and have received vaccines of Pfizer or Moderna can take the Booster shots. Meanwhile Pfizer has revealed that its Paxlovid medicine has showed positive results. It has revealed that Paxlovid can reduce hospitalization and death upto 89%.

As a result, due to the positive data, the company has sought emergency authorization from FDA for Paxlovid to bring it in the US and other markets across the world. According to recent reports, the vaccines available in United States have shown positive results reducing hospitalization and death at a greater level. The vaccines are found to be effective even during summer and surge of the globally spread deadly delta variant.

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