New study suggests more US lives could have been saved by authorizing COVID-19 booster sooner

A new Northwestern University study—led by Bernard Black of Northwestern’s Pritzker School of Law and Kellogg School of Management—suggests that the U.S. could have saved many lives by authorizing a COVID-19 booster dose sooner, along with stronger public health messaging. The study uses Israel as a counterfactual example of what the U.S. might have achieved.

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