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NACI instructs Canadians who've had the virus (and have natural anti-bodies) to get a booster

State Media: "Any vaccinated Canadian who gets infected with SARS-CoV-2 should wait three months before getting a COVID-19 booster shot, Canada's National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) now recommends. The new guidance comes as millions of Canadians have become infected in mere weeks, thanks to the fast-spreading, immune-evasive Omicron variant — and amid a patchwork of provincial recommendations and lower access to testing that can confirm whether people even had COVID-19."

If you've had the virus, you don't need a booster.

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