According to the European Medicines Agency, the E.U.’s main drug regulator, taking a COVID-19 booster every four months could drastically weaken the body’s defense against infection.
Bloomberg later attempted to backtrack its reporting by claiming that what EU regulators actually said was that repeated booster vaccinations could hamper the immune response and may not be feasible.
“[Boosters] can be done once, or maybe twice, but it’s not something that we can think should be repeated constantly,” said Marco Cavaleri, head of biological health threats and vaccines strategy for the EMA. “We need to think about how we can transition from the current pandemic setting to a more endemic setting.”
Instead of calling for an outright halt to booster vaccinations, the EMA instead suggested that people get a booster for COVID-19 each year during winter, instead of once every four to six months. This would follow the blueprint set out by mass vaccination strategies for influenza.
The EMA added that oral and intravenous antiviral medication should also be prioritized while there is still no COVID-19 vaccine specifically targeting the post-vaccine omicron variant, approval for which could come as soon as April.
This advice comes as countries all over the world talk about offering people second booster doses supposedly to provide further protection against the surge in post-vaccine omicron variant cases.
So far, only Israel has approved giving a second booster, or fourth shot overall, to people over the age of 60. Others have committed to “review the data” regarding the protection a second booster supposedly provides.
Jessica Rose, a Canadian scientist, researcher and expert viral virologist, said it is not enough to limit booster vaccinations to once a year. She has called for the rollout of all vaccinations to end immediately.
Rose warned that the spike proteins in the vaccines could impair the immune system.
“That’s really scary to me,” she said during an interview with Joseph Mercola. “And I don’t know if that’s happening only in certain people, it probably is. It’s probably happening, maybe in people who already have pre-existing conditions. But nonetheless, this is something really, really, really scary that we need to investigate. And absolutely another reason why these [vaccine booster] rollouts should stop right now.”
“We haven’t even talked about prion diseases,” she added.
Link between vaccines and prion diseases another reason to stop mass vaccinations
The COVID-19 vaccines are known to cause many autoimmune and neurodegenerative diseases, including prion diseases like Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD).
CJD is a fatal degenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain. It can cause mental, physical and sensory disturbances like dementia and seizures. This disease is supposed to be very rare, but according to the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS), at least half a dozen people have already contracted it after getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
During his conversation with Rose, Mercola pointed out that because of underreporting in VAERS, there are probably at least 30 to 50 actual cases of CJD caused by the vaccines, most likely more. (Related: Florida woman dies of brain disease after taking Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.)
“This isn’t something that there’s a solution for. It kills you. If it gets into you, and you start getting, like, protein folded bad, you’re dead,” noted Rose. She added that America’s public health authorities should be sounding the alarm due to the prevalence of multiple cases of CJD occurring after vaccinations.
“It’s another point of exceedingly important relevance that needs to be explored,” she said. “Because even in the remote possibility that there’s a causal link between these products and prion diseases, the remote possibility needs to be explored, because that would be so disastrous.”
Watch this clip of Jessica Rose and Joseph Mercola talking about how vaccines and boosters destroy our immune system.
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