Anthony Fauci believes that booster doses of vaccines do not harm immunity
To date, there is no evidence that booster doses of COVID-19 vaccines with a schedule of use can have adverse effects on immunity. Anthony Fauci, director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, stated.
“There is no evidence that booster doses given at different times can adversely affect immunity,” he said, noting the need to develop a universal drug for all strains of coronavirus. According to the specialist, the creation of such a vaccine is one of the priority tasks of scientific circles today.
By this moment, according to the information of Johns Hopkins University, more than 65,7 million people in the USA have been infected with COVID-19. More than 850,000 Americans have died.