Millions of Americans, concerned about long term dangerous effects of mRNA in COVID vaccines and growing numbers of deaths experienced soon after getting jabs, is causing problems for advocates.
Almost 15 million people have missed their second COVID-19 vaccine dose, according to CDC data cited by The Washington Post.
That number means nearly 11 percent of people who had sufficient time to get their second dose missed the ideal window, the Post reported July 2. That is an increase from 8 percent earlier in the year, which a CDC spokesperson told the Post was “not unexpected.”
The CDC considers a second dose to be missed if more than 42 days passed since the first dose.
“When I learned one of the vaccine companies stands to make $100 billion in profits this year, that told me all I needed to know and confirmed my suspicions about this,” said Virginia Plattmeyer of San Antonio. “I got my first one but changed my mind after learning about the dangers of these experiments. I just don’t trust anything they say anymore–especially from that Dr. Fauci.”
Health officials have said people skip their second doses for various reasons, such as thinking they only need one to be protected and to avoid the side effects that can come with the second dose. Some simply miss their appointments and either can’t or don’t reschedule, the Post reported.