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The New York Times

The Quiet Cost of Family Caregiving

Many employees reduce their hours or stop working to help ailing family members. But it may be years before they fully return to the work force, studies indicate.

C-SPAN's Washington Journal

New COVID-19 Booster Shots and Fall Outlook

Andy Pekosz discussed the latest on the new round of COVID-19 booster shots authorized by the Food and Drug Administration earlier that week and the fall COVID-19 outlook.

U.S. News & World Report

Is a Fall COVID-19 Surge Coming to the U.S.?

While many Americans are acting as if the pandemic is a thing of the past, the Biden administration has warned that the U.S. could see 100 million COVID-19 infections in the fall and winter.

Associated Press

U.S. clears updated COVID boosters targeting newest variants

The big question is whether people weary of vaccinations will roll up their sleeves again. Just half of vaccinated Americans got the first recommended booster dose, and only a third of those 50 and older who were urged to get a second booster did so.

Washington Examiner

Effect of omicron-specific boosters 'remains to be seen,' vaccine experts say

The Biden administration hopes that the boosters, formulated to target the prevalent subvariants of the omicron variant, willprovide better protection against infection and severe disease, but it's unclear how large an additional effect it will have given that much of the population has already been vaccinated, been exposed to the omicron variant, or both.