It’s been just revealed that the FDA has simplified the covid vaccine schedules. Check out the latest reports about this below.
FDA updates covid 19 vaccine scheme
According to the latest reports, the Food and Drug Administration authorized a second omicron-targeted bivalent COVID-19 booster vaccine for people over 65 or who are immunocompromised, the agency announced Tuesday.
The agency also said any adult who has not yet been vaccinated would get one dose of an updated bivalent shot, rather than starting with the original vaccine and receiving the bivalent shot as a booster. The FDA is withdrawing authorization for those older COVID-19 vaccines targeting the original strain of the virus.
“It’s part of an overall move to simplify the COVID-19 vaccination process, the agency said in a statement,” ABC News posted in a recent article.
The online publication continued and said: “United States regulators are shifting towards a flu shot-like model for COVID-19 vaccines, where people get a single shot every year that’s updated annually to match the virus strain predicted to be in circulation.”
Covid vaccines in the news
It’s been just revealed that the BBC has finally admitted that the covid vaccines triggered excess deaths last year. Check out the latest reports about this below.
BBC News has finally admitted what many independent outlets have been reporting on for the last few years: Covid jabs are causing ‘excess deaths’ among the vaccinated population.
“England and Wales suffered the highest number of excess deaths in over half a century in 2022, and a non-stop weekly rally of excess deaths since week 16 of 2022 that equates to 62,543 excess deaths as of March 2023,” according to a BBC report.
2 years and a lot of deaths later…BBC News Finally Admits COVID Vaccines Caused ‘Excess Deaths’ in 2022https://t.co/mQ1CeBpq9s
— Truthseeker (@Xx17965797N) April 15, 2023
The BBC, a publicly funded propaganda arm of the UK government, and its reporters have knowingly lied since the outset of the pandemic about the safety of the Covid-19 vaccine.