After surviving measles, mumps and chickenpox, woman advocates for COVID vaccine, booster

Nancy Duggan fits into the 65 years and older category to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 booster. She’s a voice of experience on the benefits of vaccines.

PORTLAND, Ore. — Studies show that the Pfizer vaccine starts to lose effectiveness over time, so now a booster dose is available to be given at least 6 months after initial doses.

The first group that qualifies for a Pfizer booster is people 65 and older.
But also, those 50-64 with underlying health conditions and those 18-49 with certain underlying health conditions. And people 18 years and up who live in long-term care facilities. And finally, people 18-64 at increased risk to exposure—like health

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