Friday, April 19, 2024

Biden Admin Admits Failure of Two Shots; To Push 3rd ‘Booster’ at 8 Months

'There is a concern that the vaccine may start to wane in its effectiveness...'

United States health officials in the Biden Administration are expected to push a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, eight months after the first two, the Associated Press reported.

So-called health experts now believe that additional vaccine protection is needed, particularly as they play up the danger of the Delta Variant.

Their claim comes not long after they treated the vaccine as a final solution to the spread of the coronavirus.

Pushes for a booster shot come amid nanny-state attempts to mandate vaccines on college campuses and places of employment.

Opportunities for unvaccinated citizens to remain so are rapidly shrinking as the federal bureaucracy wields its massive authority.

Biden’s Department of Justice recently announced its support for vaccine mandates in the workplace.

Further, the President’s administration has mandated the vaccine among employees of the federal government.

According to reports, doses of the booster shot will be administrated widely as soon as the Food and Drug Administration approves the use of the vaccine, which it still has not done.

Dr. Francis Collins, the director of the National Institutes of Health, said that government officials will decide in the next couple of weeks whether or not the booster will be approved.

“There is a concern that the vaccine may start to wane in its effectiveness,” Collins said. “And delta is a nasty one for us to try to deal with.”

“The combination of those two means we may need boosters, maybe beginning first with health care providers, as well as people in nursing homes, and then gradually moving forward,” he added.

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