Thursday, July 14, 2022

White House Fakes New Fears to Manufacture More COVID-19 Hysteria; Biden officials push to offer second booster shot to all adults, and other C-Virus related stories

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White House fakes new fears to manufacture more COVID-19 hysteria:
President Joe Biden’s top coronavirus wonks say Americans aren’t doing enough to protect themselves against Covid-19 — but that luckily, oh so luckily, this White House is here to help.
They’re from the government and they’re here to help.
“The key feature of [Omicron offshoot] BA.5, that we know about, is its immune evasiveness — you can be fully vaccinated and boosted and still have a risk of a breakthrough infection,” said Ashish Jha, the White House’s top coronavirus response coordinator, in an interview with The New York Times.
“You can be previously infected — even as recent as the last couple of months — and [still] have a very high rate of reinfection,” Jha went on.
Bingo. The White House has the answer.
“We can prevent serious illness,” Jha said.
“We can keep people out of the hospital and especially out of the ICU,” Jha said.
“We can save lives,” Jha said.
Just trust in government and all will be well.
And guess what government’s recommending? Shots.
More shots. More booster shots. More and more and ever, evermore boosters and shots. As on cue, drumming up fears once again, comes Anthony Fauci. --->READ MORE HERE
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Biden officials push to offer second booster shot to all adults:
Biden administration officials are developing a plan to allow all adults to receive a second coronavirus booster shot, pending federal agency sign-offs, as the White House and health experts seek to blunt a virus surge that has sent hospitalizations to their highest levels since March 3.
Virus levels have risen across the country, fueled by ever-more-contagious omicron subvariants such as BA. 5 that evade some immune protections and have increased the risk of reinfections. About 112,000 new cases have been reported per day, according to The Washington Post’s rolling seven-day average — with the actual number probably many times higher, experts say, as most Americans test at home. Hospitalization and death levels are mounting, although they remain significantly below January peaks, with about 38,000 people hospitalized with covid as of Sunday and an average daily death toll of 327 as of Monday.
Currently, a second booster shot is available only to those 50 and older, as well as to those 12 and older who are immunocompromised. But administration officials are concerned by data that suggests immunity wanes within several months of the first booster shot. Swiftly expanding access to booster shots also would enable people who are boosted now to receive reformulated shots that target newer virus variants, when those become available, probably later this year. In addition, officials want to use vaccine doses that are reaching their expiration dates and would otherwise be discarded. --->READ MORE HERE
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