With Covid booster shots being rolled out across America, many people are wondering why their first two doses of the vaccine weren’t sufficient. According to mainstream media, “vaccine protection is waning more significantly over time than experts expected.”
In July, the Pfizer injection was shown to be only 39% effective against Covid, and by September, the Johnson & Johnson was down to just 13%. Instead of admitting jabs don’t protect people as long as advertised, the establishment is moving the goalpost and preparing citizens for never-ending Covid shots.
Booster shots in America are currently only approved for those over 65-years-old, adults at high risk, adults with underlying medical conditions or anyone who got the Johnson & Johnson dose. The establishment maintains those with compromised immune systems need the “protection” provided by the experimental shots more than the average person, but will they need boosters more frequently?
According to a CNN report published Tuesday, some immunocompromised individuals are failing to produce any Covid antibodies whatsoever despite taking three or even four booster shots.
The story focuses on a 34-year-old man called Andrew Linder who received a life-saving kidney transplant from his wife Emily in September 2019.
Linder says he took three doses of the Pfizer vaccine and an additional booster, yet has “no antibodies.”
“I had no antibodies whatsoever. That was shocking and scary and sucky for sure,” Linder told CNN. “I almost feel just as unsafe or if not potentially a little bit more unsafe now than at the beginning of the pandemic, just for the fact that I could get it at this point in time.”
Meanwhile, star actor Matthew McConaughey revealed in an interview with the New York Times on Tuesday that his 90-year-old immunocompromised mother also has no antibodies despite taking three Covid shots.
“Mom is vaccinated three times, still has not created any antibodies for it,” he explained.
Not only is the experimental mRNA tech proving to be inadequate in protecting vulnerable people, but those with compromised immune systems could also be more susceptible to adverse reactions to the shots.
Pfizer and BioNTech announced Tuesday they’re seeking emergency use authorization from the FDA for the Covid-19 vaccine booster to be administered to all individuals over 18-years-old.