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Experts approve a third dose for emergency use, and only for the most vulnerable.
All FDA-approved vaccines, however, offer substantial protection against hospitalization.
Vaccine uptake among certified nursing assistants, who provide most direct care, is only 49%.
XDR Campylobacter cases might stem from improper antibiotic use in the commercial dog industry.
High-level groups and vaccine companies say there's enough vaccine, but several obstacles block doses from getting to low- and middle-income countries.
FDA says any booster will have to affect deaths and hospitalizations, not just immune response.
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