Fourth COVID Shot In Less Than a Year!
Many have become so blind to what’s going on right now that they are actually willing to line up for their fourth helping of the COVID shot in less than one year.
Has anyone thought to even question how it is that people need four doses of this shot?
Furthermore, if these experimental COVID vaccines are so effective, how is it that we are on dose four in just about 9 months.
What should frighten people, even more, is the idea of where do we go from here?
Clearly, people have become brainwashed into believing everything that is fed to them from the media and people like Fauci. Will they continue lining up for continuous neverending COVID shots?
Polio vaccine confers lifetime immunity. Much different than asking people to get 3-4 shots per year for the rest of their lives for a virus that is not a threat to everyone. https://t.co/LnDULw9mZc
— Lisa Boothe (@LisaMarieBoothe) October 28, 2021
If you need 4 shots in less than a year.
It doesn't work. https://t.co/owI2jb5mPA
— Zack Slater 'Pure Blood' (@ZackSlater54) October 27, 2021
If you’re still getting sick “because of the unvaccinated” after receiving 3-4 shots that are “[insert manipulated statistic]% effective”, then maybe the shots aren’t effective, the shots are making you sick, or both.
— daniel alexander (@Alec_Zeck) October 28, 2021
The Daily Voice out of NY reports:
Some Americans may require a fourth shot of the COVID-19 vaccine if they are immunocompromised, according to new federal guidance.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), said that adults 18 and older who received the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines and are moderately or severely immunocompromised may get a fourth dose at least six months after getting their third shot, the guidance states.
Officials cautioned that Johnson & Johnson recipients “should not receive more than two COVID-19 vaccine doses,” though a second is recommended.
The CDC authorized a third dose for certain immunocompromised people 18 and older in August. It said a third dose was necessary because the immunocompromised may not have had a complete immune response from the first two doses.
For immunocompromised people, the third COVID-19 vaccine shot is classified as an “additional dose” by the CDC, not a booster, and the volume given is the same as that of the first two shots.
The fourth dose would be considered a booster, with the amount given at only half the amount of the first three doses.
An estimated 2.7 percent of adults in the United States are immunocompromised, according to the CDC, including organ transplant recipients, certain cancer patients, and people with HIV.