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Second bivalent booster?

Is anyone getting this? I’m on the fence bc I keep hearing the first round doesn’t work so well. I just got a bivalent shot in September so efficacy (or what little) is likely wearing off.
zonavar68 · 51-55, M
Our government has pushed hard to get people to have four jabs and is starting to agitate for a 5th.

Proving (a) the Covid vaxes don't work because (b) after 3 months all fake immunity from the previous jab goes away and your natural immune system takes over.

Governments don't want anyone to have natural adaptable response to covid virus as it mutates as that will stop the UN population reduction agenda from being effective through mRNA drug distribution.
MrBrownstone · 41-45, M
@RedBaron You have not proved you are so you aren’t
RedBaron · M
@MrBrownstone If you say so. But since I owe you no explanation or proof, you are just being an ignorant jerk.

Remember that it is better for you to keep your piehole shut and let us merely think you might be a foolish dumba$$ than to open it, spew your BS, and confirm it as you have here. Words to the wise and, in your case, the obviously unwise.
MrBrownstone · 41-45, M
@RedBaron Just like if you say so for being vaccinated
Pretzel · 61-69, M
I'll probably take them as long as they are available and the insurance company pays for them.

even if it only lessens the disease it's a bonus
Fairydust · F


You don’t need it! It’s poison.
Fairydust · F
@OggggO
If it wasn’t for the tv 📺 I’d never have known.

Fact!!
OggggO · 36-40, M
@Fairydust Then you’re either living under a rock or utterly blind.
Fairydust · F
@OggggO

No, I'm just seeing it for what it was, take away the news, the crazy masks, the social distancing. I would never have known we were in a pandemic.
@zonavar68 says [quote]Proving (a) the Covid vaxes don't work [/quote]
And yet, the Covid vaccines you disparaged saved over one million lives in the US in 2021.

In 2021, the 75% of Americans fully vaccinated produced under 20% of the Covid deaths, while the 25% unvaccinated Americans produced over 80% of the Covid deaths.

In 2021, the 75% of Americans fully vaccinated produced under 31% of Covid cases; while the 25% unvaccinated Americans produced nearly 70% of Covid cases.

This means the US unvaccinated had a 5X higher chance of contracting Covid compared to the vaccinated per capita, and that overall the unvaccinated had about a 15X higher probability of Covid death per capita.

Note: since 'Long Covid' occurs in 15% to 25% of Covid cases, that means there is also a 5X higher prevalence of Long Covid per capita among the unvaccinated.

Details & sources at https://similarworlds.com/disease-illness/vaccines/4268857-Covid-Vaccine-effectiveness-data-from-the-US-2021
Graylight · 46-50, F
I have two boosters onboard due to some temp immunodeficiencies. I’m fine.

It’s not dangerous and it’s definitely better than not being vaccinated at all. Talk to your doctors office - they’ll be happy to guide you.
MrBrownstone · 41-45, M
CorvusBlackthorne · 46-50, M
Graylight · 46-50, F
Ontheroad · M
I haven't seen any updates talking about a second bivalent booster... if you are in a risk group, I'd check with a doctor or health clinic and see what they say.
If I may ask, how many Covid related shots have you had, and have you since had the virus?
Prttylttlthng · 41-45, F
@soar2newhighs I got the initial two shots, then a booster. Then I got COVID 7 months afterwards. Then I got the bivalent booster in Sept.
@Prttylttlthng Thanks for your reply. My suggestion is if you have a primary caregiver consult with him/ her and get their input. I hope you get an answer.
LordShadowfire · 46-50, M
I got it. My mom got it. My dad is scheduled to get it Tuesday.
Prttylttlthng · 41-45, F
@LordShadowfire A second dose of bivalent?
BackyardShaman · 61-69, M
I’m getting every booster when the time comes around for me.
Fairydust · F
https://rumble.com/v23x33u-more-vaccines-causes-more-infections.html

 
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