Polio is in NY. If cases rise, will US need booster shots?

“If polio increases in incidents in the U.S., at least right now in New York, they're thinking about whether or not they should boost some individuals. Typically we don't boost anyone later on in life — although immunity does wane — except if you're moving to, or traveling to, an endemic country, which is Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nigeria,” says UC San Francisco infectious disease specialist Dr. Peter Chin-Hong. Photo by Shutterstock.

Polio cases have been identified in New York City, London, and Israel. But as long as you’re vaccinated, you should be protected, says UCSF’s Dr. Peter Chin-Hong.

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