Boosters must to go to the world, not the vaccinated


Going to the UK for news, we are informed that eighteen FDA senior officials say there is no evidence that fully vaccinated Americans need booster shots.

A report authored by 18 FDA officials rejects the need for COV-19 boosters since current vaccines are still effective against severe illness.

They believe that taking vaccines when the shots are not necessary could cause dangerous side effects.

The officials demand the vaccines be donated to the world.

There is no clinical trial data on boosters at this time.

Dr. Marion Gruber and Dr. Philip Krause, who recently resigned over the boosters, are among the 18.

In a report published in The Lancet on Monday, the 18 officials write that there is no evidence supporting the need for boosters because fully vaccinated people still have high levels of protection against hospitalization or death.

Instead, they say, vaccine doses should be donated to areas with lower vaccination rates to prevent the emergence of more COVID-19 variants.

Although the administration is ready to roll out boosters starting September 20, Joe Biden said last week that any decisions – including when to authorize boosters and who should receive them – will be left up to the FDA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

That is a change. Originally, dictator Biden picked the date.

The group of FDA authors of the new report includes Dr. Marion Gruber and Dr. Philip Krause, who plan to step down in the coming months due to disagreements over the rollout of vaccines.

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