Biden To Roll Out New Efforts to Promote COVID-19 Booster Shots

Under the thumb of Joe Biden’s administration, the federal government has been on board with various COVID-19 vaccine mandates.

Just earlier this year, the president led the charge to have almost every working American vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of keeping their employment.

Pushback from conservatives, business organizations, and religious groups ultimately defeated this agenda in the Supreme Court.

In spite of the reality that COVID-19 vaccinations cannot stop people who take them from getting infected with the virus or getting other people sick, Biden’s planning a new campaign to promote COVID-19 booster shots.

What to Know About This New Push For COVID-19 Booster Shots
After Labor Day, the White House will roll out an initiative that promotes COVID-19 boosters for individuals who are 12 years old and above. Coincidentally, this is the same timeframe during which many 12-to-18-year-olds are going back to school.

According to officials, this latest push is designed to prevent a forecasted new outbreak of COVID-19 during the wintertime. This anticipated outbreak comes in spite of COVID-19 vaccines initially being marketed as tools to get the virus under control.

Various vaccine companies are already calling upon the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to grant their booster shots emergency approval. In spite of all this, the science has repeatedly shown that children are much less susceptible to serious COVID-19 infections than adults.

In light of this, many Americans are debating whether public health or funding for Big Pharma is truly behind this new push from the White House.

The Role of America’s Parents
COVID-19 booster shots very quickly followed the original COVID-19 vaccines. The fast production led to various questions about these shots, their efficacy, and potential side effects.

Now, parents will have to determine whether or not they agree with this upcoming campaign from the White House. Some parents already said they’re not comfortable with their kids taking COVID-19 vaccines or boosters.

Months ago, the science behind children taking COVID-19 booster shots came up during a congressional hearing involving Dr. Anthony Fauci and Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY).

Later, it came out that Fauci was calling for kids to take these boosters despite a lack of science demonstrating boosters would lessen the odds of serious infections or death from COVID-19 in kids.