The prospect of booster shots is igniting a global health debate
By Daniel E. Slotnik and Noah Weiland
Read the full article from The New York Times, here.
As the Delta variant rages around the world, a heated debate has arisen over whether public health officials should recommend booster shots.
On one side are global health officials who contend that available vaccines would be better used to inoculate high-risk people in poor nations where few have gotten the shots.
On the other are leaders and health officials in wealthier countries, who are setting aside doses for more vulnerable people who may need additional doses to protect them from the virus.