From the Director General of the WHO last month:
Blanket booster programmes are likely to prolong the pandemic, rather than ending it, by diverting supply to countries that already have high levels of vaccination coverage, giving the virus more opportunity to spread and mutate.
From the head of the European Medicines Agency comes this booster blowback:
The EMA's head of vaccines strategy, Marco Cavaleri told a media briefing that repeated vaccinations within short intervals would not represent a sustainable long-term strategy.
The shots are no longer the darling of the world's healthcare bureaucrats.
This will have interesting impacts on the vaccination debate here in the US.
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