“How many kids are going to the hospital who’ve already had COVID? The answer may be zero, but you’re not even giving us the data … When the CDC released the data, they left out the category of 18 to 49 on whether or not there was a health benefit [for boosters] for adults 18 to 49. Why was it left out? When critics finally complained, it was finally included, because there was no health benefit from taking a booster between the 18 and 49 [age group] in the CDC study.”
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