Covid-19: GP appointments, and the last chance to find virus origins
Approval of Covid booster vaccines meant tens of millions of US residents became eligible for a third jab. But people across the country are confused about boosters, who needs them and how they help. “Of course, I’m confused,” says one person, “on one day the White House said that they’d give boosters to everyone. It turns out only some people can get them. I still don’t know who decides.” Others have reported being unclear about the terms “booster” and “third jab” and whether or not they mean the same thing. What’s going on? We’ve taken a look.