On Monday 15th November, Prime Minister Boris Johnson stated that the definition of “fully vaccinated” in the United Kingdom needs to be adjusted to accommodate and account for Covid-19 booster shots. This essentially means that the country will soon require individuals to have had three vaccinations to qualify as “fully vaccinated.”
Boris Johnson said: “It’s very clear that getting three jabs, getting your booster, will become an important fact and it will make life easier for you in all sorts of ways.
“We will have to adjust our concept of what constitutes a full vaccination to take account of that, and I think that is increasingly obvious.”
Currently, the definition of fully vaccinated means that an individual has received two Covid-19 vaccine doses. In the UK, everyone over the age of 40 is eligible to get a third dose six months after their second jab.
Johnson added that the booster jab will be added to the National Health Service’s (NHS) Covid app. “If you’re thinking about [the vaccine passports], then this is yet another reason to get it done,” he said.
This move will invalidate the covid passports of people who believed that getting two doses of the vaccine would allow them to return to living their lives as “normal” as possible, free from lockdowns and other covid restrictions.
Not only is the government continuing to coerce people to get jabbed, but it is also warning that more vaccination doses will be necessary due to the developing breakthrough case outbreaks that are spreading throughout highly vaccinated Europe.
Chief Medical officer Dr Chris Witty said that there were “storm clouds” gathering over parts of Europe. However, he failed to mention that these clouds are gathering over countries that are highly vaccinated.
Witty said: “We don’t know yet the extent to which this new wave will sweep up on our shores, but history shows that we cannot afford to be complacent.”