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(LifeSiteNews) – The Biden administration has announced a “new approach” to its coronavirus response in which Americans are encouraged to get jabbed yearly for COVID during the fall.

“This week, we begin a new phase in our COVID-19 response. We are launching a new vaccine – our first in almost two years – with a new approach. For most Americans, that means one COVID-19 shot, once a year, each fall,” President Joe Biden said in a statement released Tuesday.

“As the virus continues to change, we will now be able to update our vaccines annually to target the dominant variant. Just like your annual flu shot, you should get it sometime between Labor Day and Halloween,” Biden continued.

On August 31, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for new Pfizer and Moderna booster shots “specially formulated to fight multiple omicron variants,” which have not undergone human trials.

According to the FDA, Moderna’s booster is available for adults 18 and older, and Pfizer’s booster is available for children 12 and older.

Dr. Ashish Jha, head of the White House Covid-19 Response Team, said Tuesday that the week “marks our ability to make Covid vaccines a more routine part of our lives,” suggesting the shots “drive down serious illness and deaths,” despite over two million reported adverse effects from the mRNA shots, including at least 40,225 deaths as of August 26. These Vaccine Adverse Event Reports (VAERs) numbers are estimated to be only a small fraction of the actual jab-induced death and injury.

Jha is wholeheartedly embracing the prospect of annual COVID shots despite their dangers, going so far as to say, “I really believe this is why God gave us two arms — one for the flu shot and the other one for the covid shot.”

World-renowned cardiologist, internist, and COVID expert Dr. Peter McCullough warned last year that “You are about five times as likely to die of the vaccine than you are to take your risks with COVID-19,” because of the “lethal” spike protein the mRNA shots produce in the body.

Doctors of the mainstream medical establishment are likewise predicting that COVID-19 jabs will become a permanent feature for Americans, just as the flu shot has.

“Our great-great-grandchildren will be getting coronavirus vaccines,” Dr. Gregory Poland, who directs the Mayo Clinic’s Vaccine Research Group, told CNN. “Just like you and I, when we get our flu vaccine this fall, one of the components we’ll get is derived from the 1918 pandemic influenza virus, and 100-plus years later, we’re still immunizing against it.”

Dr. Peter Hotez, dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, believes a few questions need to be answered before recommending an annual booster, including “what the human immune response looks like to our new bivalent booster just announced and released.”

However, Hotez is also treating “global surveillance mechanisms” as a given component of the COVID response, asking on Twitter what such tracking measures “need to be implemented to identify early strains?”

Its harmful effects aside, like other COVID shots, booster shots have been found to provide extremely limited protection against COVID illness, if any. One Israeli study found that the protection against infection offered by fourth doses of the Pfizer mRNA jab begins to wane after just four weeks.

There is also strong evidence that the “vaccinated” are just as likely to carry and transmit the virus as the unvaccinated.

The list of individuals who were “fully vaccinated” (many of whom received one or two “booster” shots) yet still contracted the virus is growing and includes U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, Vice President Kamala Harris, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki (who has had the virus twice since being vaccinated), and former President Barack Obama.