It just keeps getting kookier and kookier!
Last month, the WHO chief scientist, Soumya Swaminathan, called the mix and match strategy a “dangerous trend”, saying: “We are in a bit of a data-free, evidence-free zone as far as ‘mix-and-match’.”
But earlier today, the UK government adviser Prof Danny Altmann said “a bit of mix and match for the boosters is always going to be a good idea” for maximising the chances of getting a good immune response.
He added that Sinovac, the vaccine developed in China, is “kind of near the bottom of the pile” in terms of antibody levels and efficacy, and that the data for mixing mRNA vaccines with AstraZeneca “looks absolutely super”.
This is not scientific.
It’s actually against everything we’ve been told for however many months about these alleged vaccines.
The WHO chief even admits it.
They’re just doing it anyway!