CDC Now Suggests a FOURTH COVID Vax Dose For Some

Brittany M. Hughes | October 27, 2021
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The CDC is now recommending that some people get not only a third, but a fourth COVID vaccine shot in what is quickly becoming a seemingly never-ending string of doses suggested to protect against the coronavirus.

The new recommendation, published Tuesday by the same government agency that at one point couldn’t make up its mind about face masks but now says even small children who’ve been vaccinated should wear them for seven hours straight during school, suggests that “moderately or severely immunocompromised” adults should get a fourth mRNA shot at least six months after getting their third. The fourth shot will be half the dose of the first, second, and third, and will be labeled as a “booster.”

That group, according to the CDC, includes cancer patients, organ recipients, and pregnant women.

Per the agency:

CDC recommends that people aged 18-49 years with certain medical conditions, including pregnancy, and people aged 18-64 years and at increased risk for SARS-CoV-2 exposure and transmission because of occupational or institutional setting may receive an mRNA COVID-19 booster dose based on their individual benefits and risks.

The benefits of a COVID-19 booster dose may include a reduced risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection and a reduced risk for severe COVID-19.

The update has left many – including those who are vaccinated – questioning when the ever-expanding string of vaccine doses will ever end, especially since the feds and some state governments have begun mandating full vaccination as a condition of employment or to attend events or enter stores and restaurants.

While it's impossible to know just how many vaccine doses and boosters the government will end up "recommending," if it's anything like the power trip they've been on the past two years, the answer is likely "endless."

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