今天下午美国CDC讨论关于辉瑞疫苗加强针

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These are the questions CDC advisers are discussing​

From CNN's Maggie Fox

Vaccine advisers to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are meeting now to discuss Covid-19 booster shots. Their meeting comes a day after the US Food and Drug Administration granted emergency use authorization for a booster dose of Pfizer's vaccine for some people.
Currently, members are discussing the questions to vote on. They are considering the following policy questions:
  1. Should adults 65 years of age and older and long-term care facility residents receive a Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine booster dose?
  2. Should adults 18-64 years of age at risk for severe Covid-19 due to underlying medical conditions receive a Covid-19 vaccine booster dose?
  3. Should adults 18-64 years of age at risk of SARS-CoV-2 exposure due to occupation or setting receive a Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine booster dose?
The committee was scheduled to start voting at 3 p.m. ET and adjourn by 3:30 p.m. ET. However, the discussion is running a bit overtime. It is currently unclear when the vote will begin.
 

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CDC以13比2票通过支持65岁以上和50 - 64 岁有基础病者打加强针,加强针在接种疫苗至少6个月以后施打。

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CDC vaccine advisers endorse giving Covid-19 boosters to people 65 and older​

From CNN’s Maggie Fox

Vaccine advisers to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention endorsed giving booster doses of Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine to people 65 and older, as well as long-term care facility residents.

The CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices voted unanimously on the question: “A single Pfizer/BioNtech covid 19 vaccine booster is recommended for persons aged 65 years or older and long term care facility residents, at least six months after the primary series under the FDA’s Emergency Use Authorization.”

They are now voting on a second question.

Late on Wednesday, the US Food and Drug Administration authorized giving boosters to people 65 and older and those at higher risk of severe disease and death, as well as people such as healthcare workers at higher risk of breakthrough infections because of their work.

A CDC analysis showed it was much more beneficial to give a booster dose to people 65 and older than to people in younger age groups.

After CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky signs off on the ACIP recommendations, booster shots may be given immediately.

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CDC vaccine advisers endorse giving Covid-19 boosters to people with underlying medical conditions​

From CNN’s Maggie Fox

Vaccine advisers to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention voted 13 to 2 Thursday to endorse giving booster doses of Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine to people with underlying medical conditions.

The CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices voted on the question: “A single Pfizer/BioNtech covid 19 vaccine booster is recommended for persons aged 50-64 years with underlying medical conditions least six months after the primary series under the FDA’s Emergency Use Authorization.”

Moments earlier, ACIP voted to recommend boosters to people 65 and older. One more vote is coming.

Late on Wednesday, the US Food and Drug Administration authorized giving boosters to people 65 and older and those at higher risk of severe disease and death, as well as people such as health care workers at higher risk of breakthrough infections because of their work.

What happens next: After CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky signs off on the ACIP recommendations, booster shots may be given immediately.
 

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CDC以9:6票通过患有严重基础病的18 岁以上成人接种加强针。

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CDC advisers vote to allow Covid-19 boosters for adults with underlying conditions​

From CNN’s Maggie Fox

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices voted 9 to 6 Thursday to allow younger adults to get a Covid-19 vaccine dose if they have underlying health conditions.

The vote was on this question: “A single Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine booster dose is recommended for persons based on individual benefit and risk who are aged 18-49 years with underlying medical conditions, at least 6 months after the primary series, under the FDA’s Emergency Use Authorization.”

Moments earlier, ACIP voted to recommend boosters to people 65 and older and to people 50 to 64 with underlying medical conditions. That was short of the FDA’s emergency use authorization, which OK’d giving boosters to anyone 18 and older at high risk of severe disease from breakthrough infections. ACIP instead limited its recommendation to people over 50 with such conditions after members expressed doubts about recommending boosters too broadly.

So staff added a third question that would allow a younger group to access boosters. Members were less enthusiastic about this option.

Now they are voting on recommending boosters for people who are at high risk of infection because of occupation.
 
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儿童第二针完全免疫可以推迟到12月完成。10月可能开始5-11岁儿童接种疫苗。

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Children may not be fully vaccinated until December, NIH director says​

From CNN's Virginia Langmaid

While vaccines in children aged 5 to 11 may become available by the end of October, vaccination schedules mean children in this age group won’t be fully vaccinated until December, National Institutes of Health Director Dr. Francis Collins said Thursday.

In a discussion hosted by Bloomberg Philanthropies, Collins said data from Pfizer on its vaccine in this age group is “supposedly coming to FDA in the next week or so.”

“FDA has announced that they're going to do 24/7, going through it, and do everything they can to make a decision about approval maybe as soon as Halloween,” Collins said. “Keep in mind, of course, that doesn't mean those kids go and get a shot and then there's no risk. You’ve got to go through two shots, three weeks apart, and then another two weeks after that. So if you got immunized on Halloween and you're, you know, nine years old, it's still going to be December by the time you have that full protection.”

Collins said this time frame means that other Covid-19 mitigation measures will still be important for preventing spread in schools through the fall.

“Realistically, in schools for the fall semester, we're going to have to depend on other means of mitigation. Which means the best thing you can do for those kids is actually be sure they're hanging out with other people who are immunized,” he said, naming parents, older siblings, and teachers.

Collins added: “And as unpopular as it is, wearing masks in schools, indoors, is clearly going to reduce the likelihood of outbreaks which will drive those kids back home again just when we're trying to keep them in school where they can have the benefits of that kind of learning experience.”
 

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CDC投票以9:6 反对高风险岗位强制打加强针。

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CDC vaccine advisers vote against booster shots for people in situations or jobs that put them at high risk​

From CNN's Maggie Fox

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices voted against allowing booster Covid-19 vaccines for people whose jobs or situations put them at high risk of breakthrough infections.

ACIP voted 9-6 against the question: “A single Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine booster dose is recommended based on individual benefit and risk for persons aged 18-64 years who are in an occupational or institutional setting where the burden of Covid-19 infection and risk of transmission are high, at least six months after the primary series under the FDA’s Emergency Use Authorization.”

These might have included frontline workers, include healthcare workers, caregivers for frail or immunocompromised people, people in homeless shelters and people in correctional facilities, the CDC said.

ACIP members argued before voting.

“We may just as well say give it to everyone 18 and older,” said Dr. Pablo Sanchez, a professor of pediatrics at Ohio State University.

“I feel very uncomfortable about this,” said Dr. Wilbur Chen, a professor of medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. “The implementation part of this is going to be fraught with such complexity that the people with the best health literacy will get boosters.”

But ACIP chair Dr. Grace Lee, a Stanford University pediatrician, said her personal experience made her aware of the need to make boosters widely available.

“I have cared for children who have died of Covid,” she said. “Their family members wish that they had extra protection for their kids.”

Earlier Thursday: ACIP voted to recommend boosters to people 65 and older and to people 50-64 with underlying medical conditions.

That was short of the FDA’s emergency use authorization, which OK'd giving boosters to anyone 18 and older at high risk of severe disease from breakthrough infections. ACIP instead limited its recommendation to people over 50 with such conditions after members expressed doubts about recommending boosters too broadly.

So staff added a third question that would allow a younger group to access boosters. Members were less enthusiastic about this option but voted 9-6 to recommend it.
 

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CDC投票以9:6 反对高风险岗位强制打加强针。

5 min ago

CDC vaccine advisers vote against booster shots for people in situations or jobs that put them at high risk​

From CNN's Maggie Fox

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices voted against allowing booster Covid-19 vaccines for people whose jobs or situations put them at high risk of breakthrough infections.

ACIP voted 9-6 against the question: “A single Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine booster dose is recommended based on individual benefit and risk for persons aged 18-64 years who are in an occupational or institutional setting where the burden of Covid-19 infection and risk of transmission are high, at least six months after the primary series under the FDA’s Emergency Use Authorization.”

These might have included frontline workers, include healthcare workers, caregivers for frail or immunocompromised people, people in homeless shelters and people in correctional facilities, the CDC said.

ACIP members argued before voting.



“I feel very uncomfortable about this,” said Dr. Wilbur Chen, a professor of medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. “The implementation part of this is going to be fraught with such complexity that the people with the best health literacy will get boosters.”

But ACIP chair Dr. Grace Lee, a Stanford University pediatrician, said her personal experience made her aware of the need to make boosters widely available.

“I have cared for children who have died of Covid,” she said. “Their family members wish that they had extra protection for their kids.”

Earlier Thursday: ACIP voted to recommend boosters to people 65 and older and to people 50-64 with underlying medical conditions.

That was short of the FDA’s emergency use authorization, which OK'd giving boosters to anyone 18 and older at high risk of severe disease from breakthrough infections. ACIP instead limited its recommendation to people over 50 with such conditions after members expressed doubts about recommending boosters too broadly.

So staff added a third question that would allow a younger group to access boosters. Members were less enthusiastic about this option but voted 9-6 to recommend it.
这个结果挺好
 
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