04.08.2022 | Forbes
By Steve Brozak
These last ten days have been the most important in coming to an understanding of our Covid-19 vaccination strategy.
You can be forgiven if you don’t follow biomedical governmental machinations closely. What happened was this: Last week, without any input from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’s own Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC), the FDA authorized a second booster dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines for people over 50 and the immunocompromised.
Then, two days ago, the VRBPAC committee convened for a scheduled discussion about the future of Covid-19 vaccines. And for the first time, the public could witness, via its live-streamed meeting, a group of experts honestly addressing what has become the grim reality of our current strategy dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic. In a palpably concerned forum the panel members could be seen calculating the human expense of a continued vaccine strategy where we have reached an untenable every-four-months booster effort. It seemed that the VRBPAC was looking for a vision of pandemic resolution that was no longer possible through vaccine eyes and that another path was needed.
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