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New Variants. New Boosters. But So Far, No New COVID Spending From Congress

SOUTHFIELD, MI - AUGUST 24: Oakland County Health Department emergency preparedness specialist Jeanette Henson fills syringes with doses of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine on August 24, 2021 at the Southfield Pavilion in Southfield, Michigan. Oakland County is the second county in Michigan to reach the state’s goal of vaccinating 70% of its population. (Photo by Emily Elconin/Getty Images)

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The U.S. could get updated COVID-19 booster shots next month

Millions of doses of Omicron-specific booster shots could be available in the U.S. by early September, according to Pfizer and Moderna. Reset checks in with an infectious disease expert about what the rollout could look like, and how students and educators can prepare for another pandemic school year.

GUEST: Dr. Mia Taormina, infectious disease specialist with Duly Health and Care

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