IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.
  • UP NEXT

    Karen Swensen on working to elevate women-owned businesses

    05:06
  • See the record-breaking Troll collection at this Ohio museum

    03:53
  • Time Person of the Year 2023: Here are the names on the shortlist

    02:36
  • Liz Cheney: I will never vote for Donald Trump again

    09:36
  • Watch: Toddler tells UPS driver 'I love you' in sweet interaction

    00:51
  • Alaska Airlines agrees to buy rival Hawaiian Airlines for $1.9 billion

    00:24
  • Former US ambassador arrested, accused of being agent for Cuba

    00:26
  • Some air traffic controllers drink, fall asleep on the job, report finds

    02:49
  • Authorities close key crossing in Arizona amid migrant surge

    02:02
  • GOP candidates rally in Iowa days before next debate

    02:40
  • George Santos threatens to file ethics complaints after expulsion

    02:01
  • Israeli forces move to southern Gaza, ordering evacuations

    02:37
  • US Navy warship shoots down drones heading toward it off Yemen

    01:58
  • Mary Cleave, pioneering NASA astronaut, dies at 76

    02:11
  • Charleston, South Carolina monument honors enslaved ancestors

    03:04
  • What is behind Elon Musk’s recent divisive nature?

    04:40
  • KISS performs in final show of their farewell tour

    01:58
  • Suspect arrested in homeless killings was already in police custody

    00:21
  • Ron DeSantis on Iowa caucus: ‘We’re going to win’

    02:13
  • Trump and DeSantis make dueling campaign appearances in Iowa

    01:50

Dr. Fauci: ‘Inevitably there will be a time when we have to give’ booster shots

05:11

Joining TODAY to comment on expected FDA approval for vaccine booster shots and other issues, Dr. Anthony Fauci says that “inevitably there will be a time when we’ll have to give boosts” to the general population, but for now, only the immunocompromised will get them. Regarding the CDC’s recommendation that pregnant women get vaccinated, he says that “there’s no question than that recommendation had to switch from ‘could’ to ‘should’.” Turning to children attending school in person, he says that “if you want to keep them in school, surround them with people that are vaccinated.”