FDA Authorizes Pfizer’s New Emergency Booster Shot For 12 Year Olds

The two new booster shots from Pfizer and Moderna could be available as soon as next week. (Pfizer via AP)

More jabs for you, more jabs for me, more jabs for everybody! A grand total of two new booster shots for Covid-19 were just given the green light to be distributed via emergency authorization by the FDA.

Unlike every single Covid-19 booster that has been given in the United States to date, this new shot will contain at least some different ingredients as compared to the original Covid-19 inoculations. The FDA admitted to this themselves, saying that this is the first time the jab has been redesigned since it originally came out in December 2020.

One booster came from Moderna, and is currently available for Americans aged 18 and up. The second came from Pfizer and has been granted the emergency authorization to be administered to 12-year-olds.

“The COVID-19 vaccines, including boosters, continue to save countless lives and prevent the most serious outcomes (hospitalization and death) of COVID-19,” FDA commissioner Dr. Robert M. Califf said in a statement. “As we head into fall and begin to spend more time indoors, we strongly encourage anyone who is eligible to consider receiving a booster dose to provide better protection against currently circulating variants.”

These new Covid-19 jabs contain half the original shot recipe in addition to new immigrants supposedly meant to target the Omicron variant, according to the New York Post.

Whether these boosters will have a noticeable affect on preventing transmission or even illness from the Covid-19 virus remains to be seen. Previous Covid-19 booster shots seem to have produced some lackluster results, as acknowledged by the mainstream media in pieces such as CBS News’ “Why boosted Americans seem to be getting more COVID-19 infections.”

The push to inject young children with Covid-19 inoculations and their subsequent booster shots remains strong. A California bill that was proposed earlier this year would allow children to receive Covid-19 inoculations without the approval of their parents. A proponent of the bill argued that skirting parental consent is okay because “there are minors that might be quite mature at age 12 or 14 and have the capacity to make their own decision.”

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