FDA: Booster shots not for everyone
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Started by GunterK - Sept. 21, 2021, 10:52 a.m.

FDA panel recommends booster shots only for certain groups of the population, not the general population.


An expert explains why the FDA did not go along with Biden’s plans…. “lack of data”


During this hearing, Dr. Steve Kirsch, director of the COVID-19 Early Treatment Fund, said “I am going to focus my remarks today on the elephant in the room that nobody likes to talk about: that the vaccines kill more people than they save


By bear - Sept. 24, 2021, 11:20 a.m.
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at my sisters church,  a lady who worked in health care was required (by her employer) to get the booster.  ( or loose her job ).  very shortly after getting the booster, her health started to go downhill.  now she has trouble talking, and has trouble walking.  she can obviously no longer work.  ( looks like neurological issues, very strange ).  

so of course everyone in that church is saying... don't get the booster... look at what happened to her. 

for people in that church to look at that experience personally, ...is much more powerful than any govt statistics about the safety of the booster.  

By metmike - Sept. 24, 2021, 11:49 a.m.
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Thanks for the anecdotal report about a lady at your sisters church bear!

Turns out that GETTING COVID has a risk for causing neurological issues that is several orders of magnitude greater than the vaccine.

So if you wanted to minimize the risk of a serious neurological problem..........getting vaccinated would be the best way to do it.

Here are the facts from the group that would know better than anyone....... to help us out on that.


National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

Coronavirus and the Nervous System

Does the COVID-19 vaccine cause neurological problems?

Almost everyone should get the COVID-19 vaccination. It will help protect you from getting COVID-19. The vaccines are safe and effective and cannot give you the disease. Most side effects of the vaccine may feel like flu and are temporary and go away within a day or two. In early vaccine development, there were extremely rare reports of unexplained neurological illness following COVID-19 vaccination, but regulators found no evidence the vaccines caused the illness. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) continues to investigate any report of adverse consequences of the vaccine and none have appeared as of yet. Consult your primary care doctor or specialist if you have concerns regarding any pre-existing known allergic or other severe reactions and vaccine safety. Scientists are studying the risk to benefit ratio of the vaccine in someone who previously developed Guillain Barré syndrome after a vaccination. The general sense is the COVID-19 vaccine is safe in individuals whose Guillain-Barré syndrome was not associated with a previous vaccination.

metmike: Note in that same article the massive, well documented neurological disorders caused by COVID, the disease. Many are debilitating. Some are cured quickly.............BY DEATH!