The jabs will never end.
Dr. Fauci just announced a language change.
Rather than saying “fully-vaccinated”, they will now be saying “up to date.”
NEW: ‘Up-to-Date’ Shots Replacing Term ‘Fully Vaccinated,’ Fauci Says – CDC yet to change definition on its website. – Bloomberg Law
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A few weeks ago, Dr. Anthony Fauci hinted that the federal government would soon change its definition of “fully vaccinated” to include not just the two original shots but at least one booster dose as well.
But in the latest indication that Dr. Fauci has succeeded in pushing this scheme, the good doctor said Tuesday during a lecture at the National Institutes of Health that new terminology would be used in place of the “fully vaccinated” language. Instead of referring to somebody as “fully vaccinated”, they will be referred to as having their vaccinations “up to date” to reflect the notion that they have gotten their booster shots.
“We’re using the terminology now ‘keeping your vaccinations up to date,’ rather than what ‘fully vaccinated’ means,” Fauci said during a National Institutes of Health lecture Tuesday.
“Right now, optimal protection is with a third shot of an mRNA or a second shot of a J&J.”
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