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Another COVID-19 booster shot could be needed

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Results of a study done on the efficacy of COVID-19 booster shots indicated there may be a need for another booster shot.

The VISION Network study, funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, reviewed data from 10 states between Aug. 26, 2021 and Jan. 22, 2022. It found vaccine eff...

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  1. Dana Lynn, there are multitudes of articles written about if or why people should take the umpteen vaccines, but someone (you?) should write an article about why many, many people do NOT want to take it.
    I think that’d be very interesting and you’d have plenty of people to interview. People inside the medical community should also be found…but because of the retaliation they may already be subjected to by administrators, they may wish to remain anonymous.
    Also, you can report on the inconsistencies in Covid related policies that institutions have in place…not all places still get temperatures upon entry to offices…the number of visitors allowed aren’t the same amongst clinical settings…the types of masks allowed or required…not all hospitals require a Covid test before surgeries, etc.. And I’m talking local institutions. If everyone is “supposed” to take vaccines because of “consistent science”, then why aren’t there consistent general precautions?

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