COVID booster warning from Florida surgeon general, who advises people NOT to get new vaccine

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While speaking at a Thursday news conference for Gov. Ron DeSantis in Jacksonville, Florida, Dr. Joseph Ladapo, that state’s surgeon general, advised people to steer clear of the updated booster vaccine for COVID-19.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not yet approved the new vaccine — which is reportedly designed to protect against the BA.2.86 omicron subvariant.

“There’s a new vaccine that’s coming around the corner, a new mRNA COVID-19 vaccine, and there’s essentially no evidence for it,” Ladapo said during the news conference, according to local news outlets.

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However, speaking at a conference on Wednesday (September 6) Ladapo said there was no evidence to support getting the new booster shots – and claimed that there are ‘red flags’ regarding its safety.

He also claimed global studies showed people who had the boosters were more likely to catch Covid. He told the conference: “Listen inside to what makes sense, what feels right, you know, what feels like truth. We all know it when we feel it inside.”

h/t A Deplorable Neanderthal

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