So what's up with those COVID-19 booster shots we have been hearing about. The CDC is now giving the go-ahead for millions of Americans. When the booster was first talked about, it was recommended for people who were 65 and older and for those who were 18+ with high risk of disease/immunocomprimised and those who work closely around high risk situations. Then there were talks about a Moderna and Johnson & Johnson booster and not mixing shots. Well the CDC is now saying everyone can now received the booster if you are 65+, 18+ with high risk and if you've been fully vaccinated for 6 months. On top of that, the CDC says the booster shots can be mixed and matched. So if you got the Pfizer shot, it's okay to get the Moderna booster. As for Johnson & Johnson, you can get the booster if you are 18+ and have been vaccinated for at least 2 months. As of Friday, these boosters are available for Americans.