How many doses did I always say you would need, Winston?

The Wall Street Journal reports that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is considering making a second booster shot – which would be a fourth shot overall for a vast majority of vaccinated Americans. Data is currently being reviewed regarding the shots, the Journal reports. While there are no guarantees, it is likely the FDA will authorize fourth shots for Americans in the future. Regulators are also reportedly weighing whether this fourth booster will be the start of annual Covid-19 vaccinations.
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3 Responses to How many doses did I always say you would need, Winston?

  1. How they include something to tackle the Spanish Flu into the mix. I’ve heard that thing’s dangerous!

  2. Shy Ted says:

    Reading between the lines of official statements from our health heads they;re incorporating the Convid into the fluvax. Back in the day when I was being urged to get the fluvax and recognizing the likelihood of being excluded from the workforce on refusal I asked local infection control what the “62% effectiveness of fluvax” actually meant. They couldn’t explain the maths in terms of reduced flu effects or numbers of infected. Official sites are just gobbledygook of statistics. Lots of staff got adverse effects from the jab.

  3. I’ve had a flu jab annually for about the previous 10 years. I may have had my last, based on all that has been going on.

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