The Seattle Times
SEATTLE — Filled with action figures, stickers and cartoons, Seattle Children’s COVID-19 vaccine clinic has kept busy for months, accommodating hundreds of immunization appointments per week. But staffers have noticed a glaring hole in their schedule recently: Fewer and fewer people are returning for booster shots. “Boosters have really been ramping down,” said Children’s nurse manager Emmeline Ong. “It’s been a while since we’ve gotten a lot of those appointments.” When boosters became available in Washington in September 2021, little was known about what new SARS-CoV-2 variants could emerge….