FDA Approves Emergency Use of Third COVID-19 Booster Shot for Patients with Weak Immune Systems

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the emergency use of a third COVID-19 booster shot made by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna for individuals with weakened immune systems.

The FDA said that this mostly applies to “solid organ transplant recipients or those who are diagnosed with conditions that are considered to have an equivalent level of immunocompromised.”

They made the determination after a study from the New England Journal of Medicine of 120 organ transplant recipients, some of whom received a placebo while others received the Moderna jab. The vaccine recipients reportedly had substantially higher neutralizing antibodies and T-cell counts than the individuals who received the placebo.

“FDA’s approval of the third COVID-19 vaccine dose is excellent news for organ transplant recipients,” Anastasia Henry, executive director of the American Transplant Foundation, said to Fox News

“This is definitely a needed step to ensure transplant recipients are protected. Transplant patients are excited about this option. We encourage transplant recipients to follow-up with their medical providers promptly to make sure they can get their booster shot and discuss future precautions such as masks and social distancing,” she added.

Public health experts have been priming the public on the need for another COVID-19 booster shot for months now, as pharmaceutical corporations get ready for another hysteria-based payday.

Big League Politics has reported on the collusion between pharma execs and medical bureaucrats to propagandize the public on the need for a third shot:

The CEO of Pfizer and Dr. Anthony Fauci have said that the first Americans to receive the COVID-19 vaccine may need a booster shot as early as September.

“The data that I see coming, they are supporting the notion that likely there will be a need for a booster somewhere between eight and 12 months,” said Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla at an event hosted by Axios.

The first Americans inoculated against COVID-19 received their shots in late December and early January. Based on Bourla’s timeline, many of them may need a booster in late August or early September.

Dr. Anthony Fauci also said at the Axios-hosted event that “I think we will almost certainly require a booster sometime within a year or so after getting the primary [shot] because the durability of protection against coronaviruses is generally not lifelong.”

Scientists and public health experts have not ruled out the possibility of increased COVID cases when summer fades and fall emerges. But with a significant chunk of the American populace vaccinated this time around, it’s difficult to predict how the virus will behave and how much protection people will lose.”

The madness will never end until the public stands up and says no more. That day may never come, and Western Civilization will suffer a well-deserved demise if that is indeed the case.

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