"SO SUCCESSFUL WE ARE REMOVING IT"
No more Covid boosters until the autumn after Government U-turn
By Oliver May
THE offer of a Covid booster has been changed to run seasonally following advice from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI).
It is no longer possible to accept an offer of a booster jab due to what the JCVI is calling “the success of the programme”.
The Government has called the Covid jab “safe and effective” but the JCVI now recommends “moving to a more targeted offer to those considered to be at risk of serious illness”.
It has not stated why this move has been made.
The Covid jab does not stop transmission, it does not stop infection and has been linked to blood clots, myocarditis, pericarditis and strokes. There is also mounting evidence of injury and death after taking a Covid jab.
The Government updated its information on Covid boosters via the NHS website on January 25, “encouraging” people to come forward and get their jab before the “offer, part of the biggest and most successful programme in health history, ends next month.
It stated that the booster will now be offered seasonally to those considered at risk, saying: “The Government has accepted the JCVI advice, which recommends that the booster offer for all 16 to 49-year-olds who are not considered at risk should end at the same time as this autumn’s campaign.”
That JCVI advice was first published in a statement on the Government website on November 8, 2022.
Given the furore by national newspapers and TV media to report advice to take the jab, it seems odd that this news was not broadcast from the rooftops.
In addition, the mainstream has been relatively quiet to its readership on stories such as the ones published by America’s NBC News, which reported a study in The Lancet which says, “immunity acquired from a Covid infection is as protective as vaccination against severe illness and death”.
Over the past two and a half years, many others who suggested this were vilified and smeared as “conspiracy theorists” and “anti-vaxxers”.
MailOnline this week reported that doctors in Florida have been told by the state’s health authority to warn recipients of the Covid jab that it could cause heart attacks.
MailOnline saw fit to put the words “controversial new guidance” in its headline, something others may see as simply ‘informed consent’.