EMA Drops Coronavirus-Related News: Omicron Could Offer Natural Covid Immunity

EMA Drops Coronavirus-Related News: Omicron Could Offer Natural Covid Immunity
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The end of the covid 19 pandemic could be closer than we realize. After more than two years of battle, the nightmare could soon come to an end. Check out the latest reports below.

It’s been just revealed that The European Union drugs watchdog is revealing its doubts over the need for a fourth Covid booster.

The organization just said that the Omicron variant could help turn the coronavirus into an endemic disease that people can live with by naturally boosting their immune systems.

Omicron could bring herd immunity 

It’s important to note the fact that gathering more data was needed to support the hypothesis. More online publications have already revealed that the European Medicines Agency (EMA) on Tuesday said repeated boosters risked overloading people’s immune systems and were not a “sustainable” strategy.

“Nobody knows exactly when we will be at the end of the tunnel but we will be there.”

This is what Marco Cavaleri, head of the vaccine strategy at the Amsterdam-based regulator, told journalists.

He continued and said this: 

“With the increase of immunity in population – and with Omicron, there will be a lot of natural immunity taking place on top of vaccination – we will be fast moving towards a scenario that will be closer to endemicity.”

The news is all over Twitter as well. 

Pfizer CERO drops news about Omicron variant 

A couple of days ago, we revealed that he CEO of Pfizer had something pretty interesting to say about two covid shots and the Omicron variant.

CNBC just reported that Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla on Monday said two doses of the company’s vaccine may not provide strong protection against infection from the Omicron Covid variant.

During an interview at J.P. Morgan’s healthcare conference, he emphasized the importance of a third shot to boost people’s protection against omicron.

“The two doses, they’re not enough for omicron,” Bourla said.

He continued and stated the following:

“The third dose of the current vaccine is providing quite good protection against deaths, and decent protection against hospitalizations.”

His statements triggered backlash due to other things he was saying back in 2021. Check out our previous article for more news. 


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Rada Mateescu

Passionate about subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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