Amazing. A very short while ago something like this would've gotten you banned from Twitter, Mark Zuckerberg's goons would have come and broken your kneecaps, and you would've been literally nuked from orbit by the FDA's rapid-response DisinfoBomb™ network of satellite missile launchers.
But now it's in the New York Times, so it's totally legit!
The Biden administration's plan for preventing a national surge depends heavily on persuading Americans to get updated booster shots of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines. Now some scientists are raising doubts about this strategy.
Older adults, immunocompromised people and pregnant women should get the booster shots, because they offer extra protection against severe disease and death, said John Moore, a virologist at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York.
But the picture is less clear for healthy Americans who are middle-aged and younger. They are rarely at risk of severe illness or death from Covid, and at this point most have built immunity through multiple vaccine doses, infections or both.
Me when scientists start to acknowledge what I've been saying for the past two years:
You got to love this gem:
"If you're at medical risk, you should get boosted, or if you're at psychological risk and worrying yourself to death, go and get boosted," Dr. Moore said. "But don't believe that will give you some kind of amazing protection against infection, and then go out and party like there's no tomorrow."
Doctors scratching their heads like, "Where did all these people get the idea to "worry themselves to death?" And we're like: