If you’ve got a cough, sore throat or flu, you’re not alone.
That’s because more than two million Americans have been exposed to coronavirus since it was first reported in February.
That means the number of people in the U.S. who have been infected by the virus is at least seven times higher than previously estimated.
While that means there could be another dose of the vaccine next week, it doesn’t mean there’s going to be another shot.
Here’s why: There is no guarantee a vaccine will be ready by the start of the new year.
While there are several coronaviruses circulating in the country right now, it’s likely a few of them will remain dormant for a while, or they’ll be pushed out of circulation before they infect a person.
Some coronaviroids are also resistant to the antiviral drugs that protect against them.
That can make it harder to develop a vaccine, but it’s important to remember that most coronaviral infections don’t occur for a long time, so the chances of getting another shot are slim.
There are still a lot of people out there who are potentially infected with coronavid.
The average age of people who have received a vaccine dose has increased by more than a decade since the vaccine was first introduced.
The flu shot is now available in about 90 percent of the U, S. and D.C. counties.
And many more are on the horizon.
A new vaccine, the COVID-19 booster, has been approved for use in the United States, but the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has said it won’t be ready until March.
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