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Few readers will be surprised to learn Dr. Tony Fauci said on CNN it is a matter of “when, not if” the definition of “fully vaccinated” will change in the U.S.

Currently, “fully vaccinated” means a person who has received two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or the single-dose Johnson & Johnson shot. Fourteen days must pass from the injection to be considered “fully vaccinated.”

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The term is used by authorities who establish vaccine mandates.

Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, said last month there has been a “slow but steady waning of immunity over time.”

According to reports, Dr. Scott Gottlieb predicted the definition will change, but not until 2022. Gottlieb is a Pfizer board member and former head of the FDA.

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