DR. JANETTE NESHEIWAT (FOX CONTRIBUTOR): But the questions that we need to look at, what we need to evaluate is number one, who are boosters going to the benefit? Who are they going to harm? And we also need to understand when is the important and best time to give the booster. It all depends on your immune system, your underlying medical conditions. And we do need to evaluate, for example, in elderly people and those with underlying medical conditions, absolutely, they may benefit from a booster. But for young teenage boys, a booster or third dose might cause potential a rare form of myocarditis or pericarditis. We do have data out of Israel, a lot of good data out of Israel, that shows us and indicates and suggests that a third dose will increase your protection against coronavirus up to tenfold. On top of that, it can actually lower the number of COVID hospitalizations with the third dose as will. So we need to take a look at what all of the data shows.