White House COVID-19 Booster Rollout Date May Change
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Biden Administration has plans for the COVID-19 booster shots and an update on when they could be rolled out.
While most people were off for Labor Day, The White House was working to get a plan together for the administering of COVID-19 booster shots. Those plans may be changing.
The White House originally hoped to start the shots on September 20th, but Chief of Staff Ron Klain cannot say if that goal will be met. Dr. Anthony Fauci says the plan will likely start with the Pfizer vaccine.