According to the CDC, nearly 60% of Americans are now “fully vaccinated” against COVID-19.
But some “experts” are now claiming the Omicron variant could reverse America’s progress on immunity, leaving nearly three-quarters of the population newly susceptible to breakthrough cases or reinfection.
According to Dr. Eric Topol, director of the Scripps Research Translational Institute, is that “three shots” of Pfizer or Moderna—or one shot of Johnson & Johnson, plus a booster—should be the new standard for “full” vaccination.
But instead, the U.S. is “going the wrong way” on immunizations, Topol told the Washington Post. “We’re at 59% and fading” as protection wanes for people without boosters