According to an international coalition of vaccine experts, including representatives from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and World Health Organization (WHO), there is no proof that the general public need additional COVID-19 immunization booster injections.
If boosters are used too soon, they might aggravate other symptoms in the general population, such as myocarditis or Guillain-Barré syndrome. If the public is made aware of this potential problem, they might be less willing to accept vaccines, particularly in the population with vaccine hesitancy.
The study was published Sept. 13 in The Lancet, a prestigious medical journal, and was written by Marion Gruber and Phil Krause, two senior FDA officials who oversee vaccine regulation and approval. According to numerous reports, both Gruber and Krause are expected to leave the FDA in the coming weeks.
According to the Lancet article’s authors, existing COVID-19 vaccines provide excellent protection against severe COVID-19 cases and symptoms. They stated that the Delta variant’s protective efficacy against symptomatic infection has diminished.
“There could be risks if boosters are widely introduced too soon, or too frequently, especially with vaccines that can have immune-mediated side-eﬀects (such as myocarditis, which is more common after the second dose of some mRNA vaccines, or Guillain-Barré syndrome, which has been associated with adenovirus-vectored COVID-19 vaccines),” the study said.
Because they are linked to Big Pharma, leaders are becoming wealthy. It’s a true tragedy, and time will tell what this means for people in the future. Because testing that normally takes several years was condensed into a few months, it seems we are conducting the tests in real time on the human population.
School Districts Requiring Covid Vaccines for Kids
Some school districts are requiring Covid-19 vaccinations for children returning to school. This is despite the fact that children have almost 100% survival rate and have a higher chance of myocarditis or other vaccine injuries.
The CDC keeps emphasizing that no vaccine is 100% effective, so how much will the vaccination boost children’s survival rate? It’s hard to fathom the FDA’s logic of the “benefits outweigh the costs” argument when it comes to giving Covid vaccine to school-age children.
Fear and teacher unions are driving many of these decisions. The short-term adverse reactions to the vaccines are being ignored. The longer-range consequences of these vaccines have never been studied. It is like a “what could go wrong” situation where common sense is tossed out the window.