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Timing and cost of new vaccines vary by virus and insurance status

For eligible populations, flu, COVID and RSV shots all recommended

A Western Washington University student receives the COVID-19 vaccination booster by a healthcare professional using blue gloves.
A Western Washington University student receives the COVID-19 vaccination booster in January 2022. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Julie Appleby KFF Health News
As summer edges toward fall, thoughts turn to, well, vaccines. Yes, inevitably, it’s time to th
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