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We should investigate the 'vaccine advisory board' recommending ineffective & dangerous boosters

According to State Media: 'Canada's National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) is now strongly recommending that all adults and immunocompromised children aged 12 to 17 get a first COVID-19 booster shot as Canada experiences a resurgence of the virus.


'NACI previously said that boosters for those two groups should be considered discretionary. Chief Public Health Officer of Canada Dr. Theresa Tam said Tuesday that booster shots will offer stronger protection as caseloads increase.'


Hmmmm....


Now consider, among the myriad damning reports now available, the recent Israeli study of 2 million people showing that the fourth dose vaccine wears off against Omicron after 3-4 weeks and protection is pretty much gone by 8 weeks. So you’ll need a new “booster” around every 30 days to be “safe.” [Peer-reviewed Israeli study: "Protection by a Fourth Dose of BNT162b2 against Omicron in Israel": https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2201570]


It would be in the interest of the Canadian public to know whether members of the advisory committee have profit incentives related to the administration / peddling of these ineffective, dangerous clot shots; whether they are personally invested in the companies involved in the manufacture of the so-called vaccines; whether they have or expect to receive gifts in exchange for their advocacy, etc.

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