This will shock you.
...hours after the [CDC advisory] panel voted 9-6 not to recommend boosters for those groups, Walensky overruled them.
"As CDC Director, it is my job to recognize where our actions can have the greatest impact," Walensky said in a statement late Thursday, according to The Associated Press.
"At CDC, we are tasked with analyzing complex, often imperfect data to make concrete recommendations that optimize health."
“In a pandemic, even with uncertainty, we must take actions that we anticipate will do the greatest good,” she said in a statement.
“I believe we can best serve the nation’s public health needs by providing booster doses for the elderly, those in long-term care facilities, people with underlying medical conditions, and for adults at high risk of disease from occupational and institutional exposures to COVID-19,” she added....
Naturally, Walensky, having 'analyzed complex and often imperfect data', made a recommendation which was Jell-O, not 'concrete.' Did she offer a definition of 'occupational/institutional exposure'? Nope.
Half of the game Democrats play is never defining the terms. The other half is lying all the time.