This week's COVID-19 update was almost all about Pfizer boosters. Pfizer and the FDA released data on safety and efficacy numbers for a third dose of the Pfizer vaccine this week, and the FDA will discuss the data in a meeting on Friday, Sept. 17.
On this week's COVID-19 update, Dr. Steven Bishop discussed several topics, including:
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On this week's COVID-19 update, Dr. Bishop discussed the CDC's ACIP meeting on boosters and offered several takeaways based on the meeting. He also answered questions on traveling overseas, long-haul symptoms, getting vaccinated, natural immunity, and more.
If you're someone who is working in the office or working from home, but you're mainly sitting at your desk all day, this can really cause tightness in the psoas muscle. That is also known as the hip flexor, and it's really important to make sure you stretch that out.
On this week's COVID-19 updater, Dr. Bishop discussed the initial data on the Johnson & Johnson boosters, the data behind boosters for immunocompromised individuals, why vaccination is strongly recommended at this point, breakthrough infection symptoms, and more.
On this week's COVID-19 Update, Dr. Steven Bishop discussed the recent recommendations for immunocompromised individuals to get an additional shot of Pfizer or Moderna, the transmission of the Delta variant, when the FDA might fully approve the vaccine, if everyone will eventually be advised to get a booster shot, and more.