This weekend Prof. Salman Zarka, Israel’s COVID-19 health czar, “called for the country” to prepare for their “fourth doses of the” Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, as the third booster shot is already predicted to fail.
Despite Israel’s infection rate continuing to soar as the country has already administered a third injection of the Pfizer vaccine to 2.5 million Israelis, who risked losing their freedom of movement and association, doled out to the vaccinated via their totalitarian “green pass” health passport, Zarka says that the virus will not be beat and a fourth dose will soon be required. Given that that the virus is here and will continue to be here, we also need to prepare for a fourth injection,” Salman Zarka told Kan public radio, as reported by the Times of Israel.
Admitting that vaccines will never stop COVID, and claiming that life will never return to normal, Zarka added “This is our life from now on, in waves.” Zarka previously suggested that Israelis could be required to take more vaccines with every new “wave” of COVID-19. Israel exclusively uses the Pfizer vaccine. (READ MORE: Joe Biden Slumps Over, Appears To Fall Asleep During Meeting With Israeli PM)
As Zero Hedge noted, “This also all but ensures that the controversial ‘Green Pass’ system will also likely continue expanding and being ‘updated’ indefinitely. Already authorities have said that this form of a ‘vaccine passport’ which gives the holder entry to specified public venues like restaurants, gyms, and publish worship spaces, is subject to expiration depending on if the holder received their second or third dose of the vaccine.”
Just last month, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett claimed that the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine “has faded” and urged Israelis to “quickly” get a third dose. It is unclear when Bennett will begin urging Israelis to line up for their fourth dose. As National File recently reported, assuming booster shots are administered every five months – as Joe Biden and Anthony Fauci have discussed – a child born today would be vaccinated against COVID-19 175 times throughout their adult lives, and as many as 240 times if life expectancy should increase.
Pfizer, meanwhile, is busy developing a twice-per-day COVID-19 pill that its CEO believes will become required alongside vaccinations to fight the China-originated virus with a 99.97% survival rate.