CDC Weighing Major Change to Vaccine Process

The dangers of pushing a vaccine through quickly in an emergency does post risks.

In this case, the CDC believes the shortened timespan between shots that was first announced could have put people at risk.

It is now considering the optimal time between shots to be eight weeks instead of two to reduce heart inflammation side effects.

Pros and Cons

When the vaccines for COVID first came out, a lot of people were skeptical, to say the last.

This is no shot against Donald Trump or the people that developed the vaccine, that is just how it was.

Honestly, they had every right to be.

I understand the need to get a vaccine out there, but the fact is there were long-term effects that nobody knew about because they did not run the normal gamut of studies before approving the vaccine.

One of those side effects was heart inflammation.

That side effect may have been able to be reduced by distancing the shots a bit further apart.

Initially, we were told to take the vaccine doses two weeks apart.

Now, however, the CDC is considering changing that to eight weeks, which could reduce the heart inflammation side effect.

On Friday, CDC official Dr. Sara Oliver was part of a presentation that offered up the new guidelines.

To be clear, there were not a lot of cases of myocarditis from the vaccine, but there were enough for the vaccine to have been halted in certain areas while this was further examined.

We have also now seen studies of the vaccine temporarily impacting women’s fertility.

These little changes will do little to encourage those that have not taken the vaccine to get in line, especially if they have already had COVID.

Studies have proven natural antibodies are far more potent than the vaccine.

Additionally, the latest studies show that these antibodies hang around for at least 21 months, which is longer than the vaccine appears to last, yet Biden still wants to force these people to get the vaccine.

Have you taken the vaccine? Have you had COVID?

Let’s hear from the people that have had COVID and whether they have or have not taken the vaccine and why.

Let us know in the comments section below.

Source: Fox News


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