MAJOR: United Kingdom ends recommending COVID-19 boosters for healthy people
February 2, 2023
In a major recent announcement, the United Kingdom has announced that no one under 50 who is not part of an at-risk group will be eligible to receive a COVID booster.
The U.K.'s drive for COVID-19 boosters for 16- to 49-year olds who are not in a clinical risk group will end on February 12, 2023, as well as their fall booster drive for those over age 50.
The nine-minute long video below explains a handful of news releases that outline this dramatic change to the treatment plans for the COVID-19 virus in Europe.
Denmark is one of a handful of other European countries who ended their universal COVID-19 vaccination and booster drives for healthy individuals a long, long time ago.
Cardiovascular disease doctor Aseem Malhotra, a well-known physician in the U.K., stated on his Twitter feed, "WE made this happen. But this alone is not good enough. We must help the vaccine-injured and make the government, the regulators and Big Pharma fully accountable so this NEVER happens again."
The Voice newspaper's editorial board could not agree more, Dr. Malhotra!