Officials Admit Vaccine Shortcomings, Say Vaccinated May Have to Mask and 3rd Shot May Be Needed

With daily COVID infections in the U.S. reportedly up more than 300 percent since mid-June, there is new evidence the vaccines may not protect as well as some have claimed they would.

The CEO for a company that helped develop the Pfizer vaccine, Ugar Sahin of BioNTech reportedly told the Wall Street Journal that “antibody levels are dropping seven months after immunization among some vaccine recipients.”

Dr. Anthony Fauci told CNN a booster shot may be needed for people with weaker immune systems. “Those are the kind of individuals that if there’s going to be a third booster, which might likely happen, would be among the first, the vulnerable,” Fauci said.

The former head of the FDA, Scott Gottlieb, blasted the Centers for Disease Control’s latest attempt at modeling the trajectory of the COVID-19 Delta variant, basically saying the CDC doesn’t know what it is doing, and said even the vaccinated should now wear masks.

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Source: CBN