America: Kovid booster to Biden, fear of triple pandemic – Covid, flu, RSV at a time About Biden to Receive Updated COVID Vaccine on Tuesday

President Biden is set to receive the updated COVID-19 vaccination shot on Tuesday. Biden first tested well positive

for the virus in July then a full three days after being released from isolation, tested positive in a rebound case after 

taking the antiviral drug Paxlovid. Biden's doctor said being fully vaccinated against the virus increased his chances of experiencing mild symptoms.

The White House said in an email that the president would receive an updated COVID-19 vaccine and would make good comments 

on the ongoing fight against the virus. Health officials last month reported updated COVID-19 vaccine shots as well-designed to target

the virus's latest omicron subvariant. Told that COVID-19 cases have been declining in the US since August,

The 79-year-old Biden is reported to be at very high risk of developing a severe case of COVID-19. The President has received

the first two booster doses, the fifth dose of the upcoming COVID-19 vaccine. The Centers for Prevention (CDC) currently recommends people

well enough wait three months after a coronavirus infection to receive a bivalent booster, putting Biden well in the right place.