There does not seem to be an end-point whereby a ‘vaccine’ injection for the COVID-19 viral airborne pathogen would provide protection for 10, or even 20 years. Instead, it seems that each new emergent ‘variant’ is in essence a brand-new pathogen that requires more new injections to “stay up-to-date”.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in the United States has issued guidance that individuals must ‘stay up to date’ with their injections for the COVID-19 viral airborne pathogen if they want to avoid severe disease and hospitalization. Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the CDC Director, admits that prior injections (‘vaccines’) for COVID-19 will inevitably wane. The CDC also admits that no current or prior injections will stop an individual from becoming infected with the target pathogen; nor will those injections stop that individual from spreading the target pathogen.
The vaccine [two doses] is starting to wane in its effectiveness against infection.Dr. Rochelle Walensky, CDC Director
The reason that injections for COVID-19 wane in their efficacy against the COVID-19 virus, according to the CDC, is due to the emergence of continual viral strains, or variants. And, with the emergence of each subsequent viral strain, current and prior injections may not provide enough, if any, protection against severe disease and hospitalization (or even death). Hence the current call from the CDC for individuals to get a ‘booster’, or third injection.
From Walensky’s statements, she does not indicate that there would be any end-point, whereby a ‘vaccine’ targeted against the COVID-19 viral airborne upper-respiratory pathogen could last in the same way legacy vaccines have: in other words that one injection (or an initial two-dose injection) would last 10 or 20 years, with subsequent ‘boosters’ only required after this time, or perhaps when an individual’s own immune system has become compromised though disease or old-age. As well, instead of vaccines and other treatments being anonymized, confidential information between you and your doctor, the desire for governments to be able to surveil each individual’s ‘vaccine status’ does not appear to be going away any time soon.