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United Kingdom to Start Experimental COVID-19 “Booster” Jabs this Fall


It appears the experimental COVID-19 jabs are becoming the new seasonal flu shot.

The United Kingdom, one of the world’s most COVID-19 vaccinated countries, announced that booster shots will be available this fall.

Mainstream media pundits indicate the booster shots are necessary to avoid another round of lockdowns in the UK.

But what’s the risk-benefit ratio of these booster shots?

From the recent uptick in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, it appears the experimental jabs offer limited protection against the Delta variant and other mutations.

With the latest fearmongering of new variants, it appears governments will now coerce populations with booster shots to avoid rolling lockdowns and mask mandates.

If citizens don’t put their foot down, this will be the blueprint for every country with a power-hungry government.

More control over our lives for ‘your health.’

Here’s more:

LifeSite News had the report:

Despite the increasing number of fatalities and deaths among the most vulnerable after taking the COVID-19 vaccine, the UK is pushing them to take a third dose.

Prime Minister Boris Johnston’s government announced in a press release on June 30, 2021, that they have “welcomed the interim advice” of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) and will prepare to roll out a booster dose of the vaccine this fall.

“We need to learn to live with this virus,” stated UK Health and Social Care Secretary Sajid Javid in the press release, “Our first COVID-19 vaccination programme is restoring freedom in this country, and our booster programme will protect this freedom.”

The goal will be to offer this booster vaccine to the “millions of the most vulnerable” to “ensure the protection they have from the first and second doses is maintained ahead of the winter and against new variants,” the government press release added. The program would be a “2-stage programme” that would coincide with the annual flu shot programme.

Johnston’s comments on July 1, 2021, reported by The Scotsman, echoed Javid’s remarks on freedom. Speaking at a Nissan plant in Sunderland, he said, “certainly, … [for] everybody who is frustrated about travel over the summer – double jabs will be a liberator.”

People who have received the “two jabs,” Johnston continued, will be “in a much better position.” The booster program in the fall for the vulnerable he said, will “give us the extra insulation, that extra security that we need.”

The plan to add the third dose of the vaccine comes after the report by the Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) for the UK. As of June 23, 2021, since the rollout of the vaccines in December, 439 cases reported side effects or “suspected adverse reactions (ADRs) to the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine in which the patient died shortly after vaccination.”

There have also been reported 936 ADR deaths for the AstraZeneca vaccine. MHRA notes that “the majority of these reports were in elderly people or people with underlying illness,” but adds that the ADR remains a “suspected” reaction and that they are not yet reporting a causal link.

The MHRA also reported:

  • 395 incidences of blood clots with an 18% fatality rate between the ages of 18-93
  • 8 incidences of Capillary Leak Syndrome, “a condition where fluid leaks from the small blood vessels into the body”
  • A variety of menstrual disorders and unexpected vaginal bleeding (the MHRA does not list the number of incidences)
  • 102 incidences of Myocarditis and Pericarditis (inflammation of the heart)

The MHRA concluded stating, “[a]ll vaccines and medicines have some side effects. These side effects need to be continually balanced against the expected benefits in preventing illness.”


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