Posted originally on the conservative tree house on November 14, 2021 | Sundance | 207 Comments
Well, there it is. According to political engineers who are tasked with pushing the COVID-19 narrative, the bureaucrats who determine U.S. health policy have not yet decided on how many booster shots will be needed to keep a person’s “vaccinated status” compliant.
Put another way, they have not determined the vaccine rate that keeps the pharmaceutical companies operating at maximum profitability.
Bloomberg – […] Some states, such as California and Colorado, have opened up booster shots to all adults who are at least six months past their second mRNA dose. It may turn out that the term “booster” is a bit of a misnomer, and that the correct number of shots for maximum efficacy isn’t yet known.
Vaccination recommendations often change as more data becomes available over time. “It’s a good idea to keep an eye on CDC guidance.”
[…] It’s possible, says Justman, that the months-long gap between initial doses of the vaccine and boosters will help the immune system maintain a strong response for a much longer period than the initial regimen did. But we need more data to have any sort of definitive answer on that, she says. (link)