This story has been suppressed by most mass media, but is critically important. Europe’s FDA, the European Medicines Association, has admitted that boosters can harm the immune response.
The reason this is being published is to soften the blow from multiple countries’ databases that the vaccines are now leading to “negative efficacy”–in other words, vaccination INCREASES your susceptibility to getting COVID.
The mechanism is not clear in the case of COVID vaccines; there are several possible mechanisms on the molecular and cellular level, but this is a phenomenon that has occurred before and led to vaccines being removed form the market. Mostly animal vaccines.
I will explain more when additional information are available. These rather frightening data on COVID vaccinations were available to the Supreme Court and will be available to state legislatures and other entities as they make decisions about further COVID vaccine mandates, which make no sense in light of the fact the vaccines are clearly harmful.
Frequent Boosters Spur Warning on Immune Response
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“European Union regulators warned that frequent Covid-19 booster shots could adversely affect the immune response and may not be feasible.
Repeat booster doses every four months could eventually weaken the immune response and tire out people, according to the . Instead, countries should leave more time between booster programs and tie them to the onset of the cold season in each hemisphere, following the blueprint set out by influenza vaccination strategies, the agency said.
The advice comes as some countries consider the possibility of offering people second booster shots in a bid to provide further protection against surging omicron infections. Earlier this month Israel became the first nation to start administering a second booster, or fourth shot, to those over 60. The U.K. has said that boosters are providing good levels of protection and there is for a second booster shot at the moment, but will review data as it evolves.
Boosters “can be done once, or maybe twice, but it’s not something that we can think should be repeated constantly,” Marco Cavaleri, the EMA head of biological health threats and vaccines strategy, said at a press briefing on Tuesday. “We need to think about how we can transition from the current pandemic setting to a more endemic setting.”
The EU regulator also said at the briefing that oral and intravenous antivirals, such as Paxlovid and Remdesivir, maintain their efficacy against omicron. The agency said that April is the soonest it could approve a new vaccine targeting a specific variant, as the process takes about three to four months. Some of the world’s largest vaccine-makers have said they are looking at producing vaccines that could target new variants.”