The content shared in some online wellness spaces has powerful emotional and psychological foundations that can cause even science-minded people to question the public health consensus on the ability of vaccines to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.

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The content shared in some online wellness spaces has powerful emotional and psychological foundations that can cause even science-minded people to question the public health consensus on the ability of vaccines to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.

It is safe to get a coronavirus vaccine and a flu shot at the same time, according to experts and the CDC.

The decision means that those eligible for boosters can choose any of the three now authorized in the United States.


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