This is the first time we have RNA vaccines
We don't know how our bodies repsond to them
Canada's Chief Science Advisor
That is a quote in a recent Global News report about the decision in BC to extend time between Covid vaccines. Originally the doses were going to be 28 days apart, then moved to 42 days and now 112 days.
This article raises some serious questions about the roll out of this experimental injection. Canada's Chief Science Advisor clearly says we have no idea how our bodies will respong to an RNA vaccine. In other words, this product that we are told has been tested clearly is still in the experimental stage, given we don't know how our bodies will respond to them.
Global News reports questions surrounding B.C.'s decision to extend the time between Covid 19 vaccines.
However, Dr. Mona Nemer, Canada’s Chief Science Advisor, said not all viruses act the same way and therefore, not all vaccines act the same way.
“I’ve said it before, this is the first time that we have RNA vaccines. We don’t know how our bodies respond to them. We don’t know how strong immunity is and how long it lasts.”
“So I think we need to maintain some humility in the face of this evolving science and to maintain public trust, that we be open and transparent about the data that is being used for decision-making,” Nemer added.