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Two senior Food and Drug Administration officials are stepping down from their posts over a disagreement with the Biden administration’s plan to begin administering a new round of booster shots without FDA approval.

Marion Gruber, director of the agency’s Office of Vaccines Research and Review, and her deputy director, Phil Krause, will leave in October and November, according to a statement given to CNBC by the FDA.

Gruber and Krause were allegedly frustrated that the CDC and Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) was spearheading decisions that should be the responsibility of the FDA, according to a report from Endpoints News.

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