Feds STILL pushing risky COVID shots on everyone, after pandemic ends

CDC alerts consumers that J&J vaccines expired, but they need another
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The federal government in America says one of the vaccines assembled in a hurry to address the COVID-19 virus, which apparently came out of a Wuhan, China, lab and killed seven million as it circled the globe, is expired and shouldn’t be used any more.

But that doesn’t mean those who took the Johnson & Johnson vaccine don’t need ANOTHER.

Even though by all measures the pandemic is over.

Becker News confirmed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine no longer can be used in the U.S., and remaining supplies should be destroyed, as they are expired.

The CDC said about 19 million people in the U.S. got the shot.

The vaccine earlier had been available only for restricted use for adults who could not take other vaccines “due to the risk of the rare clotting condition known as thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS),” the report said.


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