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Oh boy, here we go again.
Still recovering from your booster shot? Maybe you’re contemplating getting it after you’ve already been fully vaccinated?
Well, get ready, because a second–yes a second booster shot could be on its way. President Joe Biden confirmed as such in a sit-down interview with ABC News’ David Muir on Thursday.
“I listen to the scientists and I’m sure the scientists are paying very close attention to that,” Biden said. “There may be a need for another booster, but that remains to be seen.”
Asked for clarification, Biden had this to say.
“It remains a possibility.”
If you’re keeping count at home, that would be four vaccine doses that citizens will be asked to receive from government leaders and scientists.
At this point, it appears a booster will be recommended by scientists for every variant that exists. Omicron, despite being a far less deadly variant, has forced the country and the world to go backwards.
Sports leagues coming to a halt. Fully vaccinated people testing positive at a record rate. Remember when we were told the vaccine would bring an end to this madness? It appears the “scientists” were wrong again.
According to Becker’s Hospital Review, 61.6% of the U.S. population has been vaccinated. However, the U.S. is recording its highest amount of daily COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began.
Wednesday brought along 243,676 reported cases. Over the past seven days, the average amount of daily reported COVID-19 cases is 171,506.