And so it begins. Trust the science era… We’ve already dug deep in the mud of lies.
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The definition of “vaccines” has already been silently changed. And now, the administration is concerned about using the word “booster” to describe the number of vaccine shots they will force on the population.
It may turn out that the term "booster" is a bit of a misnomer, and that the correct number of shots for maximum efficacy isn’t yet known https://t.co/9QFjCiisqH
— Bloomberg (@business) November 15, 2021
As of Friday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said you are eligible for a booster if you:
* Are 18 and older and received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine more than two months ago
* Received either the Pfizer or Moderna mRNA vaccine and are 65 or older
* Received either the Pfizer or Moderna shot and are 18 or older and have underlying medical conditions, live in a long-term care facility or work in high-risk settings
“Some of us need boosters for two reasons. The first is that the protection against mild and moderate illness provided by the initial vaccination appears to wane over time, especially among older individuals,” says Jessica Justman, an epidemiologist at Columbia University.