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Fauci: ‘We Very Well May Need’ COVID Booster Shots After 6-18 Months

'We need to be careful about that six-month number'

 on 12th April 2021 @ 10.00pm
 the way to get the answer is to follow people closely enough to determine when that level of efficacy or protect diminishes © press
'The way to get the answer is to follow people closely enough to determine when that level of efficacy or protect diminishes'

White House chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci warned Americans could require booster shots to secure protection against COVID-19.

During Sunday on MSNBC’s The Mehdi Hasan Show, Host Mehdi Hasan asked:

"Should we get prepared to get Covid vaccine booster shots every six months, 12 months, like we get the flu shots? Is that something we should plan for?"

Fauci replied:

"We need to be careful about that six-month number."

 the study only went out as far as six months   fauci said © press
'The study only went out as far as six months,' Fauci said

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"The study only went out as far as six months," Fauci said.

"We know for sure it’s effective for six months but highly likely that it will be effective for considerably longer period of time," he added.

"The way to get the answer is to follow people closely enough to determine when that level of efficacy or protect diminishes."

"So the good news is that it’s at least six months," Fauci continued.

fauci struggled to explain why coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continued to plummet in texas despite the state lifting its restrictions © press
Fauci struggled to explain why coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continued to plummet in Texas despite the state lifting its restrictions

"Hopefully, a lot more. But indirect answer to your question, if it turns out a year or a year and a half, we very well may need to get booster shots to keep up the level of protection."

Earlier this month, Fauci struggled to explain why coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continued to plummet in Texas despite the state lifting its restrictions almost a month ago.

Speaking during an interview on MSNBC, Fauci said he was “not really sure” why the fall in cases is continuing in Texas.

He then offered a feeble reason that it could be because “people are doing things outdoors.”

“There are a lot of things that go into that, I mean when you say that they’ve had a lot of activity on the outside, like ball games."

"I’m not really quite sure. It could be they’re doing things outdoors.”

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