Now The Double Vaccinated Are A Threat To The Triple Vaccinated
One of the top doctors in Ontario has warned that the double vaccinated are a threat to the triple vaccinated and advises those who haven’t yet received the third dose of the Covid-19 vaccine against celebrating with their elderly loved ones. This comes in correlation with the outbreak of the new Omicron variant, and it effectively throws off quite a few family plans for people who had hoped to get together.
“Avoid social contact with anyone older,” even if the person has received two doses of the Covid-19 vaccine, said Dr. Kieran Moore, Ontario chief medical officer of health, on Friday.
“If you are going to interact, I’d do it outdoors with masking and distancing in place. I hope the weather stays reasonable across Ontario to enable that because I think all of us have to learn for the last 20 months to best protect those that are older in our communities,” said Moore upon being asked if it was worth the risk to visit a grandparent over the holidays if vaccinated thrice.
“I’m sorry to recommend that.”
Moore said people planning to celebrate with someone at risk of infection should be given a third dose or booster dose.
“Once we get better understanding of the severity of this virus, we’ll communicate that to all Ontarians,” he said. “At present, it’s affecting a younger population. We’re very concerned about how it could infect others, so those that are older.
Several families are hoping to have a gathering this year after not being able to do the same the year prior while the vaccinations were only in their initial phase. By 2020, all Ontario residents had been asked to simply celebrate with their family members and chat with family members and close friends via means of the internet.
Dr. Peter Juni, scientific director of the Ontario COVID-19 Science Advisory Table, on Wednesday, said that six months after the second dose, a person is likely to be infected as “high as somebody who was never vaccinated.” He added that at this point, the entire definition of vaccination needs to be changed to include the third dose.
Within the same day, the province expanded booster vaccination eligibility for all adults in Ontario, shortening the gap between the second and third dose to three months. Reinstatement of the capacity constraints for large indoor facilities, including sports and leisure facilities were introduced.
Meanwhile, 16,000 physicians and medical scientists around the world signed a declaration publicly declaring that healthy children should not be vaccinated for COVID-19 as COVID vaccines are “irreversible and potentially permanently damaging.”
As per the data shared by the Chandigarh health authorities, around 77% of the new cases of Covid reported from the city in November were fully vaccinated. Out of the cases that were fully vaccinated and tested COVID-19 positive, only 10% of them, including patients with comorbidities, required hospitalisation.
A major Japanese medical bulletin study has warned that the risk of dying from the COVID-19 vaccine for people in their 20s maybe 40 times higher than the disease itself.
There are numerous infant and child deaths after COVID vaccination reported according to VAERS data.
Documents released by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reveal that drugmaker Pfizer recorded nearly 160,000 adverse reactions to its Covid-19 vaccine in the initial months of its rollout.
- Source : GreatGameIndia