The state is working to distribute Pfizer boosters to some residents and staff at long-term care facilities. This comes after the state’s medical advisory team endorsed the CDC’s recommendations. The CDC and FDA say anyone 65 and older should get a booster after at least six months.
The state says they will follow the eligibility criteria set forth by the CDC and prioritize the people at highest risk. NMDOH says that those eligible are encouraged to schedule their booster dose with their medical team – their primary care provider, specialist, or pharmacy provider.
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