Myocarditis Risk Makes US Govt’s CDC Question Vax Dosing | Jimmy Dore
Remember the standard three-week window we were all told was the proper delay between receiving Moderna or Pfizer vaccination shots? It turns out that the CDC arrived at that time difference not based on science, but in order to hurry the process of getting vaccines to the public. And now, based partially on the threat of myocarditis, the CDC is reevaluating the optimal delay between shots, and may soon recommend a break of as long as eight weeks.
Jimmy and comedian Kurt Metzger discuss the lack of scientific evidence informing so much of the COVID response.