With Five Month Booster Shots Discussed By Fauci, Children Born Today Could Be Vaccinated 175 Times Against COVID

Never ending booster shots will mean nearly 200 injections over an average life span, and untold profits for pharmaceutical companies

National File
Aug. 29, 2021

This week Joe Biden confirmed that he is in talks with Dr. Anthony Fauci about suggesting booster shots of the controversial Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine every five months. Originally, Americans were told two shots would be all that is required, then annual boosters, then 8 month boosters, then six month boosters, and now five month boosters.

Assuming the Pfizer vaccine is never cleared for children younger than 12, this would mean children born today could receive 175 shots aimed at vaccinating them against COVID-19 over the course of an average lifespan.

In a press conference yesterday, Joe Biden discussed booster shots. “The question raised is should it be shorter than 8 months? Should it be as little as five months? That’s being discussed, I spoke with, uh, Dr. Fauci this morning,” said Biden.

Assuming the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is never approved for children younger than 12, this would mean a child born today could potentially receive 175 shots over the average American lifespan of 78 years. This would be in the form of the two shots that were originally claimed would sufficiently vaccinate individuals, plus 173 five month booster shots.

If the Pfizer vaccine is approved for children younger than 12, and is eventually given to infants as part of a regular vaccine schedule, this could mean children born today will receive as many as 187 COVID-19 vaccines and booster shots over the course of a 78-year life.

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