- WORLD NET DAILY - AUG 22, 2021 - Art Moore -
'We sent a terrible message' that will undercut confidence in shots
Many scientists believe the Biden administration's plan to make COVID-19 booster shots available next month "sent a terrible message" to Americans, undercutting confidence in the vaccines.
Kaiser Health News reported there are scientists who see the move as rash and based on weak evidence. More information, they say, is needed regarding potential side effects or adverse effects from a booster shot.
"I think we've scared people," Dr. Paul Offit, director of the Vaccine Education Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, told KHN, a non-profit news organization funded by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
"We sent a terrible message," said Offit, who serves as an adviser to the National Institutes of Health and the Food and Drug Administration.
"We just sent a message out there that people who consider themselves fully vaccinated were not fully vaccinated. And that's the wrong message, because you are protected against serious illness."
The Biden administration, however, is aware of recent studies from Israel, the Mayo Clinic and others showing, amid the delta variant surge, a high percentage of COVID-19 cases among people who have been fully vaccinated.
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