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FDA advisory group will meet in two weeks to discuss vaccine for under-5 children: The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday confirmed that an advisory group will meet on Feb. 15 to discuss the request for emergency authorization of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for use in children 6 months up to 5 years old. “Having a safe and effective vaccine available for children in this age group is a priority for the agency and we’re committed to a timely review of the data, which the agency asked Pfizer to submit in light of the recent omicron surge," ” Janet Woodcock, the acting FDA commissioner said in a statement. In the meantime, she said, families should continue to wear masks and social distance. Those already eligible — everyone 5 and older — should get vaccinated and boosted as soon as possible. The plans to make background material about the meeting available to the public ahead of time.



"Prior to the emergence of the Omicron variant, we were experiencing some inflationary pressures and staffing issues resulting from the broader pandemic," CEO Kevin Johnson said. "When the Omicron surge began, inflationary costs and staffing shortages were amplified, well in excess of our expectations." Johnson said that Omicron led to "higher-than-anticipated" expenditure, driving up the cost of supplies and causing the chain to spend more on COVID-19 sick pay for staff.