Saturday, September 23, 2023

Biden Claims Americans Will Need to Get COVID Shot Once a Year

'It’s the most important thing you can do... '

(Headline USA) President Joe Biden urged Americans this week to get a COVID-19 shot once a year every single year, while he received another booster shot.

“We have a choice to make,” Biden said. “We repeat what happened in the past winters, more infections, more hospitalizations, or loved ones getting sick, even dying from the virus, or can we have a much better winter.”

Biden also claimed “not enough” people are getting their boosters, adding that they will be “required” at least “once a year.”

“It’s the most important thing you can do,” he added.

“Virtually every COVID death in America is preventable,” Biden continued, claiming that “almost everyone who will die from COVID this year will not be up to date on their shots, or they will not have taken Paxlovid,” an antiviral drug used as a therapeutic.

Biden also claimed the pandemic is still a “global health emergency” despite declaring the pandemic was “over” a few weeks ago.

His comments come less than a week after Pfizer revealed that it did not test its COVID-19 vaccine to see if it would prevent transmission of the virus.

European Parliament member Rob Roos asked Pfizer executive Janine Small directly: “Was the Pfizer COVID vaccine tested on stopping the transmission of the virus before it entered the market? Did we know about stopping immunization before it entered the market?”

Small replied: “No … You know, we had to … really move at the speed of science to know what is taking place in the market.”

Despite this, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention moved forward with its recommendation that the COVID-19 vaccine be included in the normal round-up of childhood vaccinations.

Dr. Marty Makary, a professor at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, slammed the CDC’s decision, calling it political.

“There’s certainly no clinical data,” Makary said. “They’ve got data from eight mice on the omicron vaccine in young people.”

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