CDC changes definition of vaccine for Covid and how media impacts thoughts

After the Covid-19 vaccines were introduced, and it was discovered they do not necessarily “prevent disease” or “provide immunity,” CDC altered the definition of vaccines again to say that they merely “produce protection.” Actual protection vs risk by age group is completely ignored in the government and media narrative, which is “everyone one just get it”, followed by a consult your Dr, except, don’t because we want you to get the jab or you will be vilified and considered non-patriotic.

It’s wrong to compare childhood vaccines with the Covid-19 vaccine. This is not like mumps or chicken pox where you actually prevent a child from getting the disease. Why vaccinate children with something that does not prevent disease, has no long term safety studies, and does not meet the risk reward test for side effects for the age group?

A friends thirteen year-old said he was very excited he just got the jab because he was “saving lives”. Based on what? At this stage of the pandemic, Omicron is affecting everyone no matter how many vaccinations they’ve had. Another public misnomer is the percentage of beds available. This is not the same of the number of empty hospital beds. “Beds available” means beds that can be used because there is adequate staffing to support the patient needs. Thousands of healthcare workers have been furloughed and we had a nursing shortage in the country

CDC Vaccination definition history:
OLD- “The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease.”
NEW- “the act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce protection from a specific disease.”
CDC Vaccination definition history:
OLD- “a product that stimulates a person’s immune system to produce immunity to a specific disease, protecting the person from that disease.”
NEW-“A preparation that is used to stimulate the body’s immune response against diseases.”
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