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CDC Says Immunocompromised Can Receive 4th COVID-19 Shot


The wheel of boosters never ends until enough people say NO.

Just days after the CDC stated the definition of fully vaccinated may change to include boosters, the agency announced immunocompromised can get their next booster.

If you’re 6+ months past your 3rd COVID-19 jab, then line up for the 4th one.

It’s another victory lap for the conspiracy theorists.

Because they warned this would happen.

From Business Insider:

Most fully-vaccinated immunocompromised people in the US can now get a fourth COVID-19 shot after their third under new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Adults in the US with moderately or severely weakened immune systems who had vaccines from Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna can now get a fourth dose six months after their third dose, the CDC said on Tuesday.

The fourth dose can be any COVID-19 vaccine authorized by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), a list comprising Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines, the CDC said. For Moderna, the fourth dose should be halved, it said.

Immunocompromised people that received Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose vaccine should get a second dose of an approved vaccine at least two weeks later, but not a third or fourth shot, per CDC guidance.

I’m curious how long some people will continue playing wheel of boosters.

5, 6, 7, 8, 9……

How many COVID-19 jabs until they say enough is enough?

Because this game never ends through compliance.

Big Pharma gets rich on a booster subscription model, and the government maintains absolute control over the population.

That doesn’t end until more people wake up!


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