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Dr. Jerome Adams urges you to rethink coronavirus vaccines

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If you think coronavirus vaccines are not working because you are being told to get three doses, Dr. Jerome Adams is urging you to think again.

“There are lots of people who feel or at least expressing that they feel the vaccines aren’t working because it was two doses and not’s three, and you hear about Israel talking four doses,” said Adams, former U.S. Surgeon General, and Indiana Health Commissioner, in an interview with WISH-TV on Monday.

Adams wants to remind you that these aren’t the first vaccines to require multiple doses.

“There are plenty of vaccines that require multiple doses. This vaccine, similar to the hepatitis vaccine, in hindsight, should have always been built as a three-dose vaccine. So for people out there, I understand the messaging has been frustrating. Part of that is because we were building the plane as we were flying it, and we knew the vaccines were safe. We knew they would save lives. We didn’t yet know that we would need three … doses, but get your third dose, and then we should be in a good place until the fall comes around. That’s my opinion,” said Adams.

Adams believes the closing of a vaccination clinic at the Hamilton County Fairgrounds in Noblesville is a sign that vaccination efforts need to shift from these larger units to mobile units.

“We need to reach the neighborhoods where we know the vaccination rates are lower. In the beginning, it was open up the fairgrounds and open up at Lucas Oil Stadium so people would come to stand in line. That’s not the case anymore and we always knew that wasn’t going to be the case. Some of this is just still people having difficulty accessing these services. If we take it to them, we’ll continue to see vaccinations go up, albeit not as quickly as in the beginning,” said Adams.

Adams also thinks herd immunity is on the horizon.

“I think herd immunity is all about who you’re talking about. You can have herd immunity within your family right now. We’ll continue to have more places like schools, workplaces, and homes where we feel safer. That’s what it’s all about,” said Adams.

Data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows more than 64% of Americans are fully vaccinated.

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Dave Owens February 9, 2022 at 5:22 pm

I urge Jerome to think long and hard because people are dying from this shots . These are not vaccines. Their death shots . Hey Jerome you take it you fool

Charles U Farley February 9, 2022 at 5:45 pm

The data on the vaccines is so good that Pfizer petitioned a court to not have it release for 75 YEARS! Seems perfectly safe and trustworthy… Not.

Just because the MSM and the bureaucrats aren’t talking about the horrific issues the “vaccines” are causing doesn’t make the problems go away, it just means more people will take the jabs out of ignorance and be maimed or worse. People are waking up to the con.

Quite Contrary February 10, 2022 at 3:05 pm

Maybe he should take a closer look at the numbers coming out of Israel. These shots (which are not vaccines but are gene therapy) are ruining immune systems. The ones who are sick are the fully jabbed. Bringing the clinics to my neighborhood certainly will not get me to go. I do not intend to participate now or ever.


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