WASHINGTON—Moderna Inc.’s chief medical officer said on Sunday the company’s vaccine for children under 6 years old will be ready for review by a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) panel when it meets in June.
U.S. drug regulators signaled on April 29 that they may authorize COVID-19 vaccines for young children in June.
Pfizer and BioNTech plan on asking the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to grant emergency use authorization for a booster for their COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 5- to 11-years-old, the companies announced on April 14.
Facebook-owner Meta Platform will stop requiring its employees to get COVID-19 booster shots in order to enter offices in the United States, a spokesperson for the company said on Friday.
U.S. drug regulators have directed health care workers in eight states to stop using a COVID-19 treatment because it may not be effective against an Omicron subvariant that is rising in prevalence.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) plans to consult a panel of experts before clearing additional COVID-19 vaccine booster shots.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has removed tens of thousands of deaths linked to COVID-19, including nearly a quarter of deaths it had listed in those under 18 years old.
A federal judge on March 18 blocked a Washington, D.C., law that allowed children in the nation’s capital to receive a vaccine without parental consent.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on March 14 lowered its COVID-19 warning for cruise ships from “high” to “moderate” amid a decline in the number of cases across the United States.
The White House opposes a bill that would end the COVID-19 national emergency, it announced March 3, hours before a Senate vote was planned on the measure.
The U.S. Senate on March 3 passed a measure that would end the national emergency over COVID-19.
U.S. District Court Judge Tilman Self, III, is the first to stop the U.S. Air Force from enforcing its military COVID-19 vaccine mandate on a service member.