Talk about stuffing the pockets of Big Pharma even further.
On top of record profits due to the COVID-19 experimental vaccines, Pfizer & Moderna want the earliest vaccine recipients to receive booster shots by September.
Of this year.
So, let’s get this straight.
An experimental vaccine that has only received emergency use authorization from the FDA is effective enough to provide protection for 8-12 months.
Then you need another injection.
How much sense does that make?
As long as the experimental injections fill Big Pharma’s pockets, it doesn’t have to make sense.
VACCINE UPDATE: The CEOs of Pfizer and Moderna said that the first Americans to be vaccinated against COVID-19 could need booster shots as early as September. https://t.co/zGMGC2F2rr
— Spectrum News 1 SoCal (@SpecNews1SoCal) May 20, 2021
The Moderna and Pfizer CEOs are sharing their thoughts on why a third dose of the COVID vaccine may be necessary as early as September for some people. https://t.co/Aq3WwmwYsM
— NewsandGuts (@NewsandGuts) May 20, 2021
Covid-19 vaccine booster jabs could be handed out at the same time as flu vaccinations as early as Septemberhttps://t.co/lUXDMXakvT
— North Wales Pioneer (@NWPioneer) May 20, 2021
The first Americans who received their COVID-19 vaccines could need a “booster” shot as soon as September.https://t.co/g4k6h6NVwG
— News Break (@newsbreakApp) May 20, 2021
Spectrum News had the scoop:
In an interview with Axios on Wednesday, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla stressed that the company is still awaiting data from clinical trials, but he believes people will need an additional dose between eight and 12 months after receiving their second shot.
“This could become sooner than later, I believe, from September, October,” Bourla said. “But this is something again that the data need to confirm.”
Bourla added that the Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention would have to sign off on the boosters.
The two-shot vaccines developed by Pfizer and Moderna received emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration in December.
Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel had a similar prediction to Bourla’s, telling Axios in an email that he would recommend booster shots be administered starting in September to those who received their second doses in January. Bancel noted that the first wave of Americans to be vaccinated included high-risk populations such as the elderly and health care workers.
“I think as a country we should rather be two months too early, than two months too late with outbreaks in several places,” Bancel said.
Johnson & Johnson, which developed the only other COVID-19 vaccine currently authorized in the U.S., did not immediately respond to a question from Spectrum News on Thursday about whether it foresees a booster shot being needed.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and President Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser, said Wednesday that he believes booster shots will be necessary within a year of initial vaccination.
“We know that the vaccine durability of the efficacy lasts at least six months and likely considerably more,” he told Axios. “But I think we will almost certainly require a booster sometime within a year or so after getting the primary because the durability of protection against coronaviruses is generally not lifelong.”
Booster shots could also potentially help combat variants.
Last week, David Kessler, the White House COVID-19 response team’s chief science officer, said boosters would be provided for free to the American public if needed to keep the pandemic at bay.
You know what else mutates and has variants?
And how effective are yearly influenza vaccines?
40-60 percent, as stated from the CDC itself.
And we’re supposed to believe COVID-19 booster shots will fare any better against its inevitable mutations?
The only thing that’s clear is these medical overlords want us lining up year after year to receive injections until we all die.
Just to stuff their pockets.