COVID Today: Boosters And Supply Chain

Despite what you might think from posts, I’m very much pro-vaccine. I’m anti-mandate. I got the vaccine the minute I was eligible to protect myself. And I will get the booster to continue protecting myself, so, this is good news, as I’d like something different from Pfizer if possible

Pick any vaccine: CDC OKs COVID boosters – even mixing and matching – beginning as soon as Friday

Americans are now free to get a free booster dose of all three COVID-19 vaccines, and can even choose to mix and match their vaccines, after the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention signed off on new recommendations Thursday night.

At the same time, CDC recommended boosters for certain people who got Moderna vaccine and all 15 million Americans who got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

Clinics, doctors and pharmacies can begin giving boosters as soon as Friday.

“The evidence shows that all three COVID-19 vaccines authorized in the United States are safe – as demonstrated by the over 400 million vaccine doses already given. And, they are all highly effective in reducing the risk of severe disease, hospitalization, and death” Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the CDC’s director, said in a statement.

Pfizer seems low at 88.8% effectiveness, so, perhaps a Moderna, if they have it in my area. I’m going to check with Wake County next week, see what’s possible. Lest people go “I thought all it would take was the 1 or 2 shots required, depending on vaccine? No? It doesn’t work?”, many vaccines require more than 1 to 2 shots. Smallpox is like 5 shots over a period of time, and then you are virtually 100% safe.

Get the vaccine because it protects you.

Oh, then there’s

Biden’s vaccine mandate has cargo giants in a pre-holiday panic

A trade group for air cargo giants like UPS and FedEx is sounding the alarm over an impending Dec. 8 vaccine deadline imposed by President Joe Biden, complaining it threatens to wreak havoc at the busiest time of the year — and add yet another kink to the supply chain.

“We have significant concerns with the employer mandates announced on Sept. 9, 2021, and the ability of industry members to implement the required employee vaccinations by Dec. 8, 2021,” Stephen Alterman, president of the Cargo Airline Association, wrote in a letter sent the Biden administration and obtained by POLITICO.

The letter, sent to the Office of Management and Budget , asks the administration to postpone the deadline until “the first half of 2022.” At issue is the requirement by the Biden administration that federal workers be fully vaccinated by Dec. 8. Unlike private businesses, companies that act as federal contractors cannot opt out by instead submitting their workforces to frequent Covid testing.

So, great, Let’s Go Brandon is going to make the supply chain issues even worse. It also goes to show that the federal government is way, way, way to involved in the economy and the workforce.

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4 Responses to “COVID Today: Boosters And Supply Chain”

  1. Dana says:

    Our vaccinated host wrote:

    Despite what you might think from posts, I’m very much pro-vaccine. I’m anti-mandate. I got the vaccine the minute I was eligible to protect myself. And I will get the booster to continue protecting myself, so, this is good news, as I’d like something different from Pfizer if possible.

    Mrs Pico and I got the Moderna jab, and she’ll get the booster as soon as it’s available. Her last shot was on Groundhog Day, which was almost nine months ago, so she can take it at any time. My last shot was on Cinco de Mayo, which was five months ago.

    I absolutely agree with you: I am pro-vaccine, but strongly, strongly! anti-mandate.

  2. Zombies are Cool says:

    I suggest if you are wanting a booster you ask the nurse to aspirate the needle before injection. It is your body. Make that demand. Aspirating the needle simply means drawing back on it to make sure there is no blood coming into the vial.

    If you see blood demand that the needle be removed, the dose thrown away, and the injection is attempted on the other arm.

    The powers that be are growing more sure that the reason for the adverse reactions is an injection either into a vein or the needle punctured a vein and when the vaccine medicine is released it leaks into the punctured vein and goes where it is not supposed to go causing many issues that last for 18 months.

    People who have had adverse responses to these vaccines say that it takes about 9 months to begin feeling better and doctors are saying 12-18 months to completely recover from the spike proteins which are evil in and of themselves. Interestingly enough Ivermectin helps reduce the symptoms of an adverse reaction but quickly relapses after discontinuing the use of the drug.

    I do advocate for the vaccine, but just make sure your nurse aspirates the injection. Secondly, if you see blood coming from the injection sight after the nurse withdraws the needle, begin praying, as A reknown expert on this subject says that means the needle has most likely punctured more than capillaries during the process and the medicine could leak into the vessel.

  3. drowningpuppies says:

    You’ve been lied to from the start.


    “if you go past hotwiring viruses to produce 10X the viral load you need to tell us”

    that alone is a terrifying basis for a grant’s conditions.

    “we went to 1,000 to 10,000X and did not tell you.”

    well, that’s getting perilously close to “see you in the hague.”

    THIS article is outright astonishing. as more and more info on just what the fauci funded ecohealth gang was doing in wuhan comes to light, it becomes more and more clear just why they were so desperate to hide the facts of the matter.

    https://tinyurl.com/4nsy6mpc
    #TrustUs
    #ForYourOwnGood
    Bwaha! Lolgf https://www.thepiratescove.us/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_cool.gif

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