As the push for COVID booster shots continues, scientists question the supporting evidence
(NaturalHealth365) Now that the Pfizer COVID shot has been granted full approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), we are seeing more and more businesses and organizations pushing a mandate for their employees. The need for a third booster shot is also being pushed aggressively by public health officials.
However, many scientists and experts have serious questions over the strength of the evidence to push these medical products and protocols.
Increasingly mandated COVID shot is already being pushed on Americans for a THIRD time – but is the evidence to support this move legitimate?
Have officials and Pharma executives jumped the gun on the COVID shot booster?
A recent article published on Kaiser Health News indicates that many people within the scientific community say the push to administer a third booster shot already is “rash and based on weak evidence.”
There is scant information, for one thing, on the safety of these booster shots, including what sort of potential side effects people may face and for whom the additional dose would actually be beneficial (and for whom the additional dose may be harmful, or the very at least not helpful).
Experts say that the guilt-ridden drive to line up for yet another shot fuels more confusion. “[W]e’ve scared people,” says Dr. Paul Offit, director of the Vaccine Education Center at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and an adviser to the National Institutes of Health and the Food and Drug Administration.
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“We sent a terrible message,” he adds. “We just sent a message out there that people who consider themselves fully vaccinated were not fully vaccinated. And that’s the wrong message because you are protected against serious illness.” It should be noted that government officials are not keeping track of how many jabbed people are getting breakthrough infections – they are only tracking the number of breakthrough cases that end up in hospitalization or death.
Overall, it seems that “hesitancy” over this drug isn’t as rare as the media would have us believe; currently, just over half of Americans who are eligible for the COVID shot are fully jabbed, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Tens of thousands of adverse reactions and death following COVID shot reported to VAERS, and CDC director admits vaccinated individuals having “worsening infections over time”
In a recent press interview, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky admitted that people who have had the COVID shot could experience “worsening infections over time.” Walensky does not offer any insight into whether this trend, currently observed in countries like Israel, could be related to antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE). ADE happens when antibodies generated during an immune response to an immunization recognize and bind to a pathogen but cannot prevent infection and could actually increase the severity of symptoms if a person does become infected.
Instead, Walensky and other CDC officials use this “worsening infections” trend as a call to get the booster shot into the arms of jabbed people 8 months after their second dose.
And yet, reports of adverse health reactions and deaths following COVID shots continue to roll in. According to the CDC, over 595,700 adverse events have been reported to Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) since December 14, 2020 (as of August 13, 2021), including 13,068 deaths.
There’s no doubt, based on the evidence, this whole situation is going to get much worse before it gets better. Do your own research and never forget the importance of a nurturing a strong immune system.
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