No one really answered: Do you all think this is really going to happen in a similar fashion as to the "leaked info" received by Alex Jones from the DHS guy?
Probably, Jones is controlled opposition so his masters will tell him what to say.No one really answered: Do you all think this is really going to happen in a similar fashion as to the "leaked info" received by Alex Jones from the DHS guy?
REPORT: The Biden admin will be telling Americans to get yet another covid-19 booster shot in the coming weeks, despite past vaccines and boosters not protecting people from the virus.
How many times are people going to fall for this?
A White House official said: "We will be encouraging all Americans to get those boosters in addition to flu shots and Respiratory Syncytial Virus shots.”
It never ends.
reuters.com/world/us/biden-administration-urge-americans-get-new-covid-19-boosters-2023-08-20/The Biden administration plans to urge all Americans to get a booster shot for the coronavirus this autumn to counter a new wave of infections, a White House official said on Sunday.
The official said that while the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are reporting an increase in infections and hospital admissions from the virus, overall levels remain low.
On Thursday, Moderna (MRNA.O) said initial data showed its updated COVID-19 vaccine is effective against the "Eris" and "Fornax" subvariants in humans.
Moderna and other COVID-19 vaccine makers Novavax (NVAX.O), Pfizer (PFE.N) and German partner BioNTech SE (22UAy.DE) have created versions of their shots aimed at the XBB.1.5 subvariant.
Pending approval from health regulators in the United States and Europe, the companies expect the updated shots to be available in the coming weeks for the autumn vaccination season.
"We will be encouraging all Americans to get those boosters in addition to flu shots and RSV shots," the official said, referring to the Respiratory Syncytial Virus.
FDA and CDC officials expect the updated coronavirus vaccine to protect against the worst outcomes from circulating variants, including ‘eris’ and BA.2.86.
The Biden administration is eyeing mid-September for the rollout of updated COVID-19 vaccines, according to Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials.
“Vaccination is going to continue to be key this year because immunity wanes and because the COVID-19 virus continues to change,” an official said on a call with reporters. “For those reasons, vaccines remain the best protection against hospitalization and death.”
It’s the first time that vaccines for all three of the major fall and winter viruses – flu, COVID-19 and respiratory syncytial virus – will be available.
The announcement comes as COVID-19 hospitalizations are increasing and the Biden administration hopes to get ahead of any potential fall or winter coronavirus wave with its vaccine campaign.
Moderna, Pfizer and Novavax have developed updated coronavirus vaccines that will target the XBB.1.5 strain, which was responsible for less than 5% of new infections in recent weeks, according to CDC data.
Biden administration to urge Americans get new COVID-19 boosters
Biden Administration Eyes Mid-September for New COVID-19 Booster Shot Rollout