Late on Wednesday, the FDA announced their emergency approval of a booster for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. At first, this will be for high-risk individuals and those above the age of 65. Donna Skoda is the commissioner of the Summit County Health Department, and she shared her thoughts on the rollout of these boosters on the Ray Horner Morning Show. Skoda urges those wanting to receive their booster to have their original vaccine cards with them. Pfizer will be the first booster at the health department, and according to Skoda, Moderna and Johnson+Johnson shots may be approved a few weeks from now. Skoda believes these boosters can be rolled out as early as next week.