The UK has ended covid shots for those under 50, yet the FDA just approved a 4th booster for INFANTS for a variant that no longer exists, for a virus that never affected them, even AFTER all of the death and injury from the shots, and they did it based off a trial of 24 participants. (twitter.com)
posted ago by VaxedAndContagious1 ago by VaxedAndContagious1 +18 / -0
U.K. to end COVID-19 boosters for people under 50: reports Booster shots to end as Autumn COVID-19 booster program closes on Feb. 12.
A tweet by David Horowitz folks. He has been known to claim he understands the research of experts better than the researchers, despite having no discernible expertise himself. For example: Horowitz looked at a paper that recommended, among other things, that "efforts should be made to encourage populations to get vaccinated" and chose to tell his readers "Harvard researcher finds absolutely no correlation between vax rates and COVID cases globally". The author of the paper has called him out: “That conclusion is misleading and inaccurate,” Subramanian told me of Horowitz’s Blaze column over email. “This paper supports vaccination as an important strategy for reducing infection and transmission, along with hand-washing, mask-wearing, and physical distancing.”
It's not the only time he's been wrong.. Others have pointed his misinformation out as well.
If you take the time to follow the links you'll see he's left out information about the under 50 people, and provides absolutely no support for the rest of his tweet.
As for V&C1's links...
Follow the links and you'll see the news release is still vaccinating people under 50, and says:
" The COVID-19 vaccination programme continues to reduce severe disease across the population, while helping to protect the NHS.
Based on the same press release from the UK, this article claims that "UK to end vaccination for everyone under 50". If you have taken the trouble to read that press release you will see that their headline is incorrect.
Here's what the Danish government actually says:
"These are now the options, if you wish to get vaccinated:
Some people will need booster vaccination before the vaccination program expectedly starts again in the autumn. It could be, for example, patients receiving an organ transplant. They will still have the option of getting a booster vaccination if the doctor deems it necessary.
It is also still possible for people aged 18 and over to get vaccinated if you have not been vaccinated against covid-19 before. The effect of vaccination diminishes over time, and therefore the Danish Health Authority continuously assesses whether some special groups, e.g. the elderly or people with special diseases or conditions, should be offered a booster vaccination against covid-19. Read more here: Vaccination against covid-19 (sst.dk)
Booster vaccination at your own expense
From 15 November 2022, citizens who are not offered free vaccination can buy a variant-updated booster vaccination. These are provided by general practitioners, pharmacies and private providers.
A Fox news headline from a couple of months ago, with an expired link that may refer to the UK press release given above.