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White House health adviser Dr Anthony Fauci has claimed that “ultimately” people will need at least one booster to be considered properly vaccinated against Covid-19, despite the reluctance of the FDA regarding universal recalls.

“I believe that in the end it will turn out that the appropriate regimen, at least for an mRNA vaccine [such as Pfizer], these are the two original doses, the first followed in three to four weeks with a boost, but also followed several months later by a third shot ”, Fauci told The Telegraph in an exclusive interview.

So I think at the end of the day when we come back to that, it will be that the right diet, to have a full and complete diet, will be a third boost.

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The health official’s advice, at least for now, appears to be at odds with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory group, which on Friday rejected the idea of ​​mass recalls, although the President Joe Biden has already endorsed the idea, for everyone. Instead, they recommended boosters for people at higher risk, like people over 65.

Due to the decrease in the effectiveness of vaccines over time, Fauci believes that booster shots will be especially necessary for older patients. When asked if miners should be subjected to the long regime blow after blow after blow after blow, Fauci said: “We do not know yet.”

Fauci insists, however, that children as young as six months will soon be vaccinated against the coronavirus. He believes that children as young as five will likely be allowed to be vaccinated by the fall, and that children as young as six months will follow in the months following.

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The infectious disease expert also expressed a frustration similar to that of President Joe Biden over those who are not vaccinated. More than 76% of U.S. adults have received at least one dose of the vaccine, but that number is not high enough for Fauci, who said he was “disappointed,” especially in the red states, which have experienced lower vaccination rates than more liberal areas.

“You know, in the United States it has become a bit of a political problem. If you look at the map of the United States, the under-vaccinated areas are very heavily red states, or Republican areas, ” he said. He also once again blamed the unvaccinated for allegedly providing the virus with fertile ground to continue mutating, potentially “Leading to a new variant, which could be worse than the Delta variant”.

In the United States, we have about 72 or 73 million people eligible for vaccination who have yet to be vaccinated, and that’s really unfortunate because it’s a perfect setup to develop mutants that will lead to variants. that could be problematic.

Fauci continued to insist that there is still a long way to go in the pandemic, saying he is “Hoping” it really ends in spring 2022, but adding, “Whether or not that happens remains to be seen. “

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