The U.S. Department of Defense this week recommended all American military personal get the Covid ‘booster’ vaccine shot as the Omicron variants spreads wildly throughout the nation.
However, the ‘booster’ is not mandatory at this time.
The latest guidance published Tuesday says those at least 18 years old who have completed an initial vaccination should consider the additional shot — though, for now, it is not mandatory. That means all service members, civilian workers and dependents, according to the memo signed by Gil Cisneros, the under secretary of personnel and readiness, reported Military.com.
Nothing in the ‘recommendation’ discusses the severe side-effects the ‘vaccines’ are producing in those who take them, especially young males.
Nothing is said in the ‘recommendation’ regarding the mild nature of the Omicron variant or how this variant provides significant natural immunity to all variants of the CCP virus, making ‘vaccines’ irrelevant.
Thousands of American military personal are being discharged for not taking the initial ‘vaccines’.