Fauci: ‘Fully Vaccinated’ Definition Now Includes ‘Up to Date’ Boosters

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Days after White House COVID-19 adviser Anthony Fauci suggested the federal government is considering changing its definition of “fully vaccinated” to include a booster dose, he indicated Tuesday that such efforts are underway.

“We’re using the terminology now ‘keeping your vaccinations up to date,’ rather than what ‘fully vaccinated’ means,” Fauci said during a National Institutes of Health-hosted commentary. “Right now, optimal protection is with a third shot of an mRNA or a second shot of a J&J,” he said, referring to the Johnson & Johnson vaccine as well as the Pfizer and Moderna shots, which use mRNA technology.

Fauci, who is perhaps the federal government’s lead COVID-19 messenger, made his response about the latest terminology regarding the Israeli government’s plans to administer a fourth Pfizer shot.

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