Joe Biden and his administration have been pushing for booster shots before our winter flu season hits.
An FDA panel said they are not necessary yet, but that could be changing very soon.
Reuters has reported on a new study citing a significant decrease in COVID antibodies for those that have taken the vaccine after only six months.
Joe Gets What He Wants
According to the Reuters report, researchers “analyzed blood samples from 46 healthy, mostly young or middle-aged adults after receipt of the two doses and again six months after the second dose.”
Two researchers told Reuters that “vaccination with the Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine induces high levels of neutralizing antibodies against the original vaccine strain, but these levels drop by nearly 10-fold by seven months.”
They concluded that “administering a booster dose at around 6 to 7 months following the initial immunization will likely enhance protection against SARS-CoV-2 and its variants.”
You better believe Biden is now going to be putting significant pressure for mandatory booster shots now.
If Florida is any indication, breakthrough cases will be running rampant in the Northeast in about a month, which would just be crushing for Biden.
Now I am going to play devil’s advocate because this thought has surely crossed everyone’s mind.
To this point, there has been no science to support booster shots this early, yet Joe Biden wants them, and a study conveniently shows up to support what Biden wants.
I am not disparaging the study, as I have yet to see the data, I am just making a point that this administration, with so much disinformation and deceit, has set itself up for failure on this front.
It will be very interesting to see how this all plays out now that Biden has something he can use to back his case.