The endless series of COVID shots is now here. How many boosters will you need? It’ll depend on how much longer you’ll be alive.
As we said from the beginning, this won’t stop at two or even three shots. Now, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have suggested the “immunocompromised” get a fourth COVID shot. The CDC is now trying to convince people to get yet another dose amid concerns of waning immunity, as some pharma firms even hint at yearly boosters for all Americans.
And, it won’t be long now before they start to make demands that children as young as 5 years old take these experimental gene therapy shots.
Yearly shots seem like not enough. Considering they are asking some people to get four per year already, expect to have to take these much more often than just once a year. This is a part of the agenda and they need people dependent on these shots to make it work.
Those who are “moderately and severely immunocompromised” may receive a total of four vaccine doses, including an initial two-shot inoculation, one additional dose, followed by yet another booster, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said in its updated guidance on Tuesday.
It gets much more interesting too. The “need” to “redefine” “fully vaccinated” has surfaced as well.
In September, top White House Covid adviser Anthony Fauci acknowledged that a booster dose would “likely” be needed for an American to qualify as “fully vaccinated” in the future – a point echoed last week by CDC Director Rochelle Walensky, who noted “We may need to update our definition of ‘fully vaccinated’” due to boosters.
With immunocompromised adults now authorized to receive a fourth vaccination and US health officials increasingly talking up the need for additional doses, some Big Pharma firms are now predicting a “continuous need for boosting,” with Moderna Chairman Noubar Afeyan saying on Tuesday that the company’s jab “may well need an annual booster.” -RT
This will not end until we say it’s over and stop complying. They will not stop rolling out the agenda. It is now up to us when we’ve had enough. Sadly, far too many are still far too complacent. They go along to get along and have allowed the master to steamroll over them. That’s bad enough, but those slaves are putting the chains of oppression on others as they bow down and obey like good little serfs.
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