Is the CO-VID 19 vaccine a good vaccine?
Canadian Federal Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos said Canadians will be required to get a booster shot every nine months in the future.
Duclos distanced himself from the previous definitions of “fully vaccinated”, saying it is now about the shots being “up to date” and whether or not a person has “received a vaccination in the last nine months.”
“We will never be fully vaccinated against COVID-19,” he told reporters.
“Like the virus, our immunity also evolves. Two doses are no longer enough.”
Asked if he was preparing Canadians for the return of vaccine mandates in the fall, he replied, “We must continue to fight against COVID.”
An increasing number of people are reporting serious vaccination damage. Dr Naomi Wolf reported that Pfizer knew in its clinical studies that the vaccine would cause serious side-effects, and in some cases, death.
After a parliamentary request from the CSU health politician Stephan Pilsinger, the German federal government was recently forced to disclose the requested information on previous vaccine expenditure in the corona crisis. According to the information given, the federal government spent a hefty 6.8 billion euros on COVID-19 vaccines in the past two years.
At the end of June, Health Minister Lauterbach indicated that he intended to order further batches of vaccine for the coming autumn and winter season.
“The immunity of many older people after the vaccination is “slowly but surely” decreasing,” said Lauterbach.
He added a renewed vaccination campaign was “very important”.