Skip to main content
dfggh

Vaccine news

Vaccine news and
social media

Learn about the latest updates about the COVID-19 vaccines and see the latest in our #ForksUpSleevesUp social media gallery, where members of the ASU community share photos after they get their vaccination. Want to be included? Make sure to use the hashtag when you post.

Note: News links lead to outside media sources; some may require subscriptions.

Vaccine news and videos

FDA authorizes 2nd booster for people 50 and older

FDA authorizes 2nd booster for people 50 and older

Older adults will be eligible for a second COVID-19 booster shot under a decision by federal health regulators, who are expected to authorize the additional shots for the broader population in the fall.

Screen_Shot_2021-04-02_at_10.20.52_AM.png

Understanding COVID-19 variants and vaccines’ effectiveness

Learn how these variants evolve and whether the current vaccines are effective at protecting people from serious illness or death.

iStock-1287287628.jpeg

COVID-19 vaccine testing turns to kids

Researchers are beginning to test younger and younger kids to make sure COVID-19 vaccines are safe and work for each age.

20210111_COVID_Vaccine_238.jpeg

Arizona planning changes to distribution during summer heat

State Farm Stadium is open 24/7 right now, but in April the site will be converted into an overnight-only operation because of the heat.

Screen_Shot_2021-11-05_at_10.19.05_AM.png

CDC recommends Pfizer vaccine for children ages 5 through 11

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending all children ages 5–11 get a low-dose COVID-19 vaccine made by Pfizer-BioNTech.

1000.jpeg

CDC expands booster rollout, OKs mixing shots

Millions more Americans can get a COVID-19 booster and choose a different company’s vaccine for that next shot, federal health officials said.

#ForksUpSleevesUp
on social media