The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has updated its COVID-19 vaccination recommendation to include all Americans aged six months and older. This decision is reinforced by all but one of the 14 advisers to the CDC. The one dissenting voice, Dr. Pablo Sanchez, believes that the new vaccine may not be necessary for all, but rather primarily for those 65 and older and other high-risk groups. The new vaccines, targeting novel variants of the virus, will be available from mid-September. However, concerns have been raised about the limited number of advisers consulted, and the lack of publicly available data supporting the new vaccines.
Do you believe that the new COVID-19 vaccine should be administered to all Americans aged six months and older?