Former Health and Human Services (HHS) Acting Secretary and Deputy Secretary Eric Hargan, who served under both the Bush and Trump administrations, says the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has been rightfully cautious about approving COVID-19 vaccine booster shots. An FDA advisory panel on Friday afternoon endorsed emergency approval for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine booster shot for people ages 65 and older at least six months following the second dose in an 18-0 vote. “I got the vaccine, my wife got the vaccine, my son got the vaccine. I think people should all get vaccinated. That is for sure,” Hargan, who helped develop Operation Warp Speed, told Fox News. “We want to put an end to the scourge of this pandemic, and … widespread vaccination is going to be the most reliable way to do that.” To read the full story.