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|User Info||Well, Duh. This Is Why It Was Stupid; entered at 2021-08-02 13:49:17|
Registered: 2019-05-07 Atlanta
Full speed ahead in UK with more jabs. In the USA with states rights it is much harder to force the entire country to do the same thing. The big problem is MSM aren't doing any journalism. As far as I can tell almost all Republican leadership are pushing the jabs too, they just don't want to mandate them. They are fully onboard with trying to make as much money from COVID19 as possible.|
Booster vaccines are to be offered to 32million Britons starting early next month with up to 2,000 pharmacies set to deliver the program.
Amid fears that the efficacy of the vaccines may begin to decline, ministers are planning to deliver an average of almost 2.5million third doses a week starting in the first week of September.
Pharmacies will be at the forefront of the vaccine programme so that GPs and other NHS staff can focus on the growing backlog of patients waiting for other treatments.
All adults aged 50 and over, as well as the immuno-suppressed, will be offered the booster jabs.
The campaign could start as soon as Sept 6, which would see the rollout completed by early December if it goes to plan. It is hoped the timetable will leave at least a fortnight for the final people vaccinated to benefit from the jab's effect before Christmas.
Proposals have been drawn up for the Covid-19 vaccine to be co-administered alongside the flu jab, with one injection in each arm mooted.
Ministers are considering giving people a different booster jab to the shot they received for their first and second dose, after early trials suggested that mixing vaccines could provoke an enhanced immune response. It could mean a significant reduction in the use of AstraZeneca jabs.
Seven jabs are being tested, with the mRNA vaccines Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna, and subunit protein vaccine Novavax showing positive results in preliminary data, it is understood.