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CDC Says ‘Immunocompromised’ Americans Can Now Get ‘4th Shot’


According to a new guidance update from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Americans who are considered ‘immunocompromised’ and who have already been ‘fully vaccinated’ with the experimental COVID-19 shots – that’s two mRNA injections plus one booster – are now eligible to receive a fourth shot.

Of the millions of Americans that have bought into their government’s exuberant, confusing and failing COVID vaccine campaign (only 58% have been fully vaccinated since rollout in December 2020), it’s hard for anybody to really know what they should be doing with these shots as the ‘goal posts’ are constantly moving.

Now, we’re even being told by big pharmaceutical company executives that we’re in “unchartered territory” and that, as many predicted early on in this crisis, the public should brace for more ambiguity, confusion (and compliance) in favor of an endless stream of ‘boosters’ in perpetuity:

In the new CDC guidance for the immunocompromised, the highly suspect and still long-term unproven ‘mix and match’ approach that was floated out recently to all Americans, is also recommended for this group’s fourth shot.

READ MORE VACCINE NEWS AT: 21st Century Wire Vaccine Files




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