The other day Albert Bourla, the CEO of Pfizer gave an interview in which he made some rather startling admissions. This is what he said in part:
“We know that the two doses of the vaccine offer very limited protection, if any. The three doses with a booster, they offer reasonable protection against hospitalisation and deaths… and less protection against infection.”
So, if you have taken two shots you have no protection against infection, severe Covid or death. If you have taken a booster, you have no protection against infection, but partial protection against death, which the Pfizer CEO describes as “reasonable.” What he does not say is that this “reasonable” protection against severe Covid is limited in time and will only last four or five months after which it will wane in the same way that the initial protection induced by the first two doses has.
If you want to keep “reasonable” protection for longer, you will need to take a fourth injection within five months of your the third one. The fourth injection will only give you partial protection against death for a few months and then – if you still want to be protected by Pfizer – you will have to take a fifth injection and so on.
In other words, to maintain “reasonable” long-term protection against death you would have to become a regular, serial boosteree who takes a shot two or three times a year.
(Please keep in mind that these shots will not protect you from getting infected and transmitting the virus to those around you.)
The problem with this endless boostering is that it is dangerous and harmful to one’s health. Each shot carries a risk of serious side effects such as blood clots and cardiac arrest. It appears that this risk increases with each additional dose.
Furthermore, each shot seems to weaken one’s immune system, which is apparently the reason why the vaccinated and the boostered are contracting the SARS-CoV-2 virus at higher rates than the unvaccinated.
This means that serial, indiscriminate long-term boostering of healthy individuals is not a good health strategy for most people. This approach is, in fact, both dangerous and harmful and makes little sense for the bulk of the population.
This is now being admitted by top public authorities, which was noted by Bloomberg the other day:
“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 European Medicines Agency.”
The piece goes on to quote Marco Cavaleri, the Head of Biological Health Threats and Vaccines Strategy at the European Medicines Agency (EMA), who said that boosters “can be done once, or maybe twice, but it’s not something that we can think should be repeated constantly.”
Around the same time, the World Health Organization (WHO) published a statement which included this sentence:
“[A] vaccination strategy based on repeated booster doses of the original vaccine composition is unlikely to be appropriate or sustainable.”
This was a truly startling development since mere a week before this statement medical authorities the world over were speaking about the need for the fourth (and even subsequent) shots.
These acknowledgements by top health authorities indicate that the establishment has finally realized the futility and dangerousness of serial mass boostering. This should mark the beginning of the end of this misguided and dangerous practice although it will take time before this change of mind translates into actual policy on the ground. Sadly, mass boostering may continue for months, needlessly injuring and killing scores of healthy people.
Nevertheless, the days of never-ending sequential jabbing appear to be coming to an end.
The sooner it happens the better.