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  • Members of LGBTQ community on how acceptance has changed

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  • The truth behind ‘buy now, pay later’: Is it boosting your credit?

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  • Airbnb permanently bans parties for rental bookings

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  • Hero Boy Scouts speak out after Amtrak derailment in Missouri

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  • iPhone gets its face time on 15th anniversary of the iconic device

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FDA green lights 2nd COVID-19 booster for adults over 50

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U.S. health officials have approved a second booster of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines for anyone over 50 years old, as well as the immunocompromised who are 12 and over. Dr. Richard Besser joins TODAY to discuss the BA.2 variant and detail who exactly is authorized for a second booster and why it is needed.

How worried do you need to be about the BA.2 coronavirus variant?