Canada Recommends ANOTHER Covid Shot for the Pregnant, Indigenous, ‘Racialized’ & ‘Equity-Deserving’

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Certain types of people need yet more Covid injections, according to the Canadian government.

The Public Health Agency of Canada’s (PHAC) National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) issued a statement on May 3 telling Canadians that they may get another Covid vaccination this autumn while also strongly recommending that certain types of people get the extra shot.

Pregnant women, sick children, old people, indigenous native people, ‘racialized’ and ‘equity-deserving’ people are all strongly recommended to get the additional injection, as well as those in group living facilities and ‘essential’ workers. Anyone else may choose to accept the new booster into their bodies as well.

While it’s not immediately clear from the government vaccination advisory what a ‘racialized’ or ‘equity-deserving’ person is, it is possible that those are new terms for darker-skinned individuals, also known as bipoc’s and latinx’s.

One notable absence from this advisory is the 2SLGBTQI+ communities (a Canadian variant of the LGBTQIAA2SP+ peoples) which have been allocated $110 million recently, although whether they are included within the ‘equity-deserving’ classification remains unknown.

The Covid shots are known to increase in lethality after repeated doses, increase Covid infection rates, result in reproductive destructioncause miscarriages, autoimmune disorders in the thyroid, as well as deadly headaches, seizures and heart inflammation in addition to a multitude of serious ailments seen in massive population studies.

In the U.S. the CDC recommends all Americans receive their Covid shot, and that young children receive extra.

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