“Untenable” to vaccinate the population every 3 or 6 months: UK Presidential Scientific Advisor

The UK Government’s chief scientific adviser said it was not the UK Government’s “long-term view” to vaccinate everyone with the CCP virus booster vaccine every few months.

In a television briefing with Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Sir Patrick Valence said it was “unacceptable” to jab the population every three or six months.

This was after Professor Andrew Pollard, director of the Oxford Vaccine Group and chair of the Government’s Joint Committee on Vaccine and Immunity (JCVI). Telegraph “Vaccination of the earth every 4-6 months” means “neither sustainable nor affordable”.

Valence said he agreed with Polard.

“Not everyone will need to get another vaccine every three or six months,” he said. “It’s not a long-term view of where this goes.”

Valence said some people may “need additional doses”, but in general he envisioned “an annual vaccine like the flu or something like that order.” ..

Clive Dix, who was the interim chair of the Task Force before resigning in April, also said on Tuesday that British people should not be given a fourth dose of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) vaccine.

Dix describes talkRadio as follows: “Vaccines are becoming less and less capable of actually stopping people’s infections and transmission of the virus, and it’s pretty clear to me that reboost doesn’t change that.”

Dix accused governments around the world of “thinking about serological tests and antibodies in groups” but not paying close attention to cell-mediated immunity.

The former Vaccine Task Force chief also said that testing for COVID-19 in the UK should be stopped hours before Johnson provides daily immunochromatographic testing to 100,000 workers identified as important by the government. He said he thinks.

Asked if he meant testing for healthy people, Dix said he “just thinks[s] You should stop testing. “

“We haven’t tested for the flu, but the flu can take people to the hospital and kill them, and in bad years it’s doing something pretty, pretty important.” He said.

In the flu, “We tell people:’If you’re sick, go home and when you feel better, go back to work,’ Dix said.”

If Britain does not see a “significant surge in death and serious illness” in the coming months, it would suggest that the population had “immunity in the community.”

The Ministry of Health did not respond to the Epoch Times’ request for comment.

Lily Chow


Lily Zhou is a freelance writer who mainly covers the British news of The Epoch Times.