UNC School of Public Health Says Covid-19 Booster Vaccines are Wonderful

The report from the UNC website is found here.

Here is what the wonderful folks at the School of Public Health at UNC Chapel Hill did not tell you:

  • that the period of effectiveness is extremely brief– a time window of just a couple of months;
  • that effective early treatment and preventive treatment for Covid-19 is available, thus making the boosters unnecessary;
  • that the risk of adverse effects increases with each booster dose taken;
  • and that the risks associated with these vaccines is much greater than all the other vaccines combined– including life-threatening blood clots and cardiac complications due to myocarditis that have affected very large numbers of people.

As I have mentioned previously, academic medical centers and research institutions are beholden to the federal government. And this behavior persists despite the fact that Republicans control the UNC Board of Governors and the North Carolina General Assembly.


2 thoughts on “UNC School of Public Health Says Covid-19 Booster Vaccines are Wonderful

  1. From the Brownstone Institute:

    How the “Unvaccinated” Got It Right


    ( a twenty minute read )

    ” Scott Adams is the creator of the famous cartoon strip, Dilbert. It is a strip whose brilliance derives from close observation and understanding of human behavior. Some time ago, Scott turned those skills to commenting insightfully and with notable intellectual humility on the politics and culture of our country.

    Like many other commentators, he fervently encouraged people to take the Covid “vaccine” and sympathized with measures to pressure people into doing so.

    Recently, however, he posted a video ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1uEAgeiJUw ) on the topic that has been circulating on social media. It was a mea culpa in which he declared, “The unvaccinated were the winners,” and, to his great credit, “I want to find out how so many of [my viewers] got the right answer about the “vaccine” and I didn’t.” ”

    Yes, for sure there are perils associated with the boosters and that is why it is critical that informed consent be given prior to the jab.

    As for UNC … it is inveterately arrogant and unlikely to change unless extreme pressures are brought to bear.

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