Less than 4% of Americans have received the new COVID booster shot according to government data. Despite a push from politicians from President Joe Biden down to Governors like Tim Walz, people aren't buying the bag of lies anymore.
Politico reports that "so far, 12 million people, or about 3.6 percent of the population, have gotten the shot in the five weeks since it hit pharmacy shelves — though reporting lags mean it’s likely a bit higher, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Mandy Cohen said."
Last year, only 17% of the adult population took the experimental jab. While "experts" blame the transition from payers (federal government to private insurers), the reality is that the average American no longer buys the bullshit from politicians and public health professionals.
We reported that Super Bowl Champion Tight End, Travis Kelce, is a paid athlete by Pfizer tasked with promoting the new COVID booster. The ad he's featured in ran on local television during the football games in Minnesota this week. According to the Minnesota Dept of Health, Minnesotans are slightly higher than the rest of America in up-to-date vaccinations with a rate of 4.8%.
Florida's Surgeon General recommended against taking the experimental booster shot, stating "there's been no clinical trial done in human beings showing it benefits people, there's no clinical trial showing its a safe product for people."