(READ) CDC: Most “fully vaccinated” are declining Covid booster, so far

CDC has ranked states based on Covid-19 booster rate. This is the number of “fully vaccinated” residents who have also gotten a booster.

No state has reached close to half of its vaccinated residents getting the extra recommended shot.

Vermont tops them all with 44.9% of “fully vaccinated” also getting a booster.

Next are Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa.

At the bottom are West Virginia, Hawaii and New Hampshire. New Hampshire has just 9.8% of fully vaccinated residents choosing to get a booster, so far.

Read more here at Becker’s Hospital Review.

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  1. It seems that news of the vaccines’ limited effectiveness and adverse side effects is beginning to become common knowledge. By now, millions of people have either personally experienced – or know some who has – either a breakthrough infection or a serious or disturbing side-effect. (I personally know at least four people with breakthrough infections and have heard (from acquaintances) second-hand accounts of two serious adverse reactions to the vaccines.)

  2. I am waiting to see. The facts do not support you the panic we are seeing. The government is making such an important effort to silence dissent, that I simply don’t trust officials anymore. “Shut up and obey” doesn’t work for me.

  3. The Military is 100% not reporting adverse reactions. My sister was in the Emergency Room 3 times after hers. After walking in with the FDA information sheet, the Guidelines for Thrombocytopenia / Thrombosis from the American Society of Hematology regarding COVID-19 Vaccination, both informing the recipient to “seek immediate medical attention”. Specifically,

    “Urgent medical evaluation for TTS is indicated if any of the following develop 4 to 42 days after vaccination:
    – Severe headache
    – Visual changes
    – Abdominal pain
    – Nausea and vomiting
    – Back pain
    – Shortness of breath
    – Leg pain or swelling
    – Petechiae, easy bruising, or bleeding”

    She had ALL of these symptoms. One Navy Doc just asked if she wanted to see a mental health professional. The second said “As long as you’re not paralyzed, you’re fine.” I told her to file a VAERS report and then file a formal complaint with the State Board of Health regarding 2 of the doctors.

  4. Had an “entertaining” visit with my “primary” physician. The effectiveness of the seasonal Flu shot is always a crapshoot, but it has a decent reputation and I’ve never had a reaction to that mix. When we got to talking about COVID-19, I was able to match him story for story and statistic for statistic. Eventually he left me with a technician who took me to the lab for blood work including a Vitamin-D(3) level determination. All my comorbidities have been addressed but there is no concensus on whether there might be some unresolved core issues that might still produce a vulnerability even after the symptoms were treated. [If you are playing that game, talk to your physician.] My age is still a concern but I was told that a cute “therapeutic” redhead with a good sense of humor and a good … .er …. .constitution isn’t covered by my insurance, even one that has been well tested. If you are “in”, talk to your doc and don’t be bullied by techno-babble. The disease and the vaccinations both have risks.

    As for untreated medical “comorbidities” [issues], “Treat’em if you got’em.” Addressing medical issues is to your benefit, whether you are looking at vaccination or not, or the COVID-19 itself. And verify your Vitamin-D(3) levels. That vitamin is involved in the control of inflammatrion from a variety of causes. Inflammation is associated with tissue destruction and blood clotting. Both of those processes are side-effects triggered by both COVID-19 and by some vaccinations.

    There is no data on the long term effects of either the vaccines or the COVID-19 infection, so that is a “crap shoot”, but the immediate effects of both the vaccine and COVID-19 can be addressed by treating comorbidities including low Vitamin-D(3) levels. I, and most people, have no idea if Ivermectin or HCQ [Hydroxychloroquine] are helpful against the side effects of COVID-19 and or a vaccination.

    “Mutations” seem to be a “scare” word. As a rule, diseases ALL mutate and usually to a more contageous and less lethal form. When measles was first documented, it was absolutely deadly. I am old enough to remember some friends going to a “measles party” to get infected inorder to develope immunity to the disease which was still something of a problem for adults. The “Omicron” Corona seems to be a minor problem for most people, although untreated comorbidities may still be in play. One male in Texas may have died from Omicron COVID-19 but since he also had advanced Stage Four cancer, weighed ~400 pounds, had high blood pressure, and probably high blood sugar, and was a lifetime heavy smoker, he might have died “with” Omicron COVID-19 instead of “from” Omicron COVID-19. Check out your comorbidities with your physician.

    Oh, if you run across a program that has “therapeutic” redheads, let me know. I am old but I ain’t dead yet.

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