EU Experts Warn Against OVER-Boosting for COVID

If you listen to Fauci the Fraud, the next cold you get will kill you. This guy recommended two shots to get “immunity” from Wuflu. We now know that “guidance” was completely wrong.

But the little vax-Nazi troll didn’t stop there. Now Fauci (the Fraud) recommends that people get boosted.

Understand that at first boosters had an undetermined amount of time to prop up a person’s immune system against the disease that actually killed about 25 percent of the numbers reported. Then we started getting the news that not only did the original death pokes not protect for very long (if at all since placebos tested better than “vaccines), but the boosters aren’t lasting long either.

Depending on which Fauci (the Fraud) you heard, the boosters could last as long as a year. Or you might need to get boosted every six months. Or perhaps you might need a booster every quarter.

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Despite all evidence to the contrary, U.S. regulators now promote a third shot for mRNA vaccines and second for Johnson & Johnson’s downgraded vaccine.

As with everything Fauci (the Fraud), we learn that he was DEAD wrong. And International authorities now waffle on boosters in combatting Wuflu. Part of their problem with vaccines and boosters comes from the very real scenarios of formerly healthy people having major problems.

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One article explains:

Reconsideration of the booster binge comes amid further scrutiny of rare but higher-than-expected — and possibly undercounted — heart inflammation reports following vaccination, particularly in boys and young men.

The World Health Organization all but accused wealthier countries of hoarding shots while large swaths of the globe, particularly Africa, have not received the “primary series” of vaccination against COVID.

Its Technical Advisory Group on COVID-19 Vaccine Composition released an interim statement Tuesday on how the rise of the mild but immune-evasive Omicron variant should change booster considerations.

Even though Omicron’s “mutational profile and preliminary data indicate that vaccine effectiveness will be reduced against symptomatic disease … protection against severe disease is more likely to be preserved,” TAG-CO-VAC said.

Given the “near- and medium-term supply of the available vaccines” and consideration of equity, demand and viral evolution, “a vaccination strategy based on repeated booster doses of the original vaccine composition is unlikely to be appropriate or sustainable,” it said.

TAG-CO-VAC asked vaccine manufacturers to study immune responses to single-strain and multi-strain vaccines against so-called variants of concern, including Omicron. The goal is developing more powerful vaccines that “reduce the need for successive booster doses.”

For European regulators, the problem is the boosters themselves, at least on such a frequent schedule.

“If we have a strategy in which we give boosters, let’s say, every four months approximately … immune response may end up not being as good as we would like it to be,” vaccines strategy chief Marco Cavaleri said at a European Medicines Agency briefing Tuesday.

“We should be careful in not overloading the immune system with repeated immunization,” but also there’s a “risk of fatiguing the population with a continuous administration of boosters,” he said, calling for longer gaps between shots.

But let’s be clear.

There’s no need to overload the immune system with a cure that doesn’t work for a disease that has a rare chance of hurting you. It makes no sense. Which is a common problem with leftism.