If people are on there 5th jab and still catching Covid. Whats their cut off point? How many Covid vaccines are enough?

Jun 29, 2022 路 12:13 PM UTC 路 Twitter for iPhone

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I've always believed our government will keep pushing it until they get to 8 minimum per person (based on the quantity they originally ordered in 2020). But suspect they'll keep going as long as they are making money off it.
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How does the government make money out of it, I鈥檓 genuinely curious?
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As far as I鈥檓 aware no-one ever claimed the vaccine prevents you from catching Covid but in most cases lessens the severity of the virus
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Vanessa Feltz wanted 27. I say give her them. Every last one.
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Literally ... no actual vaccine exists. Get with the gene therapy programme. Thanks 馃槉
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Replying to @seanjward
They don't seem to have a cut off point - I think a lot of them just love getting jabbed and then talking about it endlessly afterwards because they think it makes them special. This winter no doubt they'll be lining up for a flu/covid/monkey pox triple and be delighted about it
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"It WANES. You have as many as it takes to defeat the odds of a 99.9% recovery rate coronavirus so deadly you have to go foraging on your nasal cavities to know you have it. It not working means it's working. 馃お"
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So, those who didn't have the first 4, do they skip straight to the 5th one...? Or, do they need the 4 that didn't work in order to make the 5th one work?
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