More coverage: The CDC has released a new report which shows the CDC is recommending a total of eight different vaccines to treat colitis.
The report says a total number of vaccines could be offered by the end of 2018.
“While the current vaccines provide only minimal protection against COVID-19, there is sufficient evidence to suggest that COVID vaccine could provide some additional protection against certain strains of the virus,” the CDC report said.
“It should be noted that these recommendations do not address the need for a complete re-evaluation of vaccines in terms of safety and efficacy.”
The report also notes that, because of a lack of vaccine trials, there’s no way to know for certain which vaccine is the most effective.
The CDC’s new recommendations are in line with recommendations made in February, which said vaccines are still recommended to protect people against COID-19 and other respiratory viruses.
But they also point to potential safety concerns.
“Given the lack of data on efficacy of COVID vaccines, it is not feasible to recommend any vaccines for use as a primary or supplementary vaccine against COIDs-19,” the report said, according to the AP.
“A more complete reevaluation is needed.”
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