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OTTAWA (LifeSiteNews) – Advisers to Health Canada recommend Canadians take a “booster” of the still experimental COVID injections, which are now known to do next to nothing to stop the spread of the virus, every three months.

According to Canada’s National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) officials, as reported by Blacklock’s Reporter, a “shorter interval of at least three months may be warranted in the context of heightened epidemiological risk as well as operational considerations for the efficient deployment of the Covid-19 vaccination program.”

This recommendation was stated in a September 1 Summary Of National Advisory Committee On Immunization Statement. 

“Informed consent should include discussion regarding what is known and unknown about the benefits and risks of providing a booster shot,” the statement noted.

Reaction to health advisers saying a shot should be given every three months came swiftly from those opposed to COVID vaccine mandates.

“If you need to take it every three months, it’s not a vaccine,” People’s Party of Canada (PPC) leader Maxime Bernier tweeted  yesterday.

The federal government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been pushing the COVID injections on the Canadian populace and has even used questionable tactics to achieve high vaccination rates.

Indeed, last week. Trudeau threatened  more COVID mandates and rules if between 80 percent to 90 percent of Canadians do not take the boosters.

“If we are able to hit that 80%, 85%, 90% of Canadians up-to-date in their vaccinations, we’ll have a much better winter with much less need for the kind of restrictions and rules that were so problematic for everyone over the past years,” Trudeau said.

However, in Canada, data shows that uptake for COVID boosters is rather low and declining, with only 49.55% of the population having had a third jab. Only 12.36% of Canadians have chosen to get more than one booster shot.

The COVID jab trials have never produced evidence that vaccines stop infection or transmission. In fact, evidence suggests that the jabs no longer even reduce severe symptoms, especially considering the ever-changing viral variants, and that they are harming more people than helping.

Recent documents revealed that the Canadian government agency Transport Canada used COVID jab mandates for travel to raise vaccine rates.

The push to promote boosters on the Canadian population by government officials also comes despite the now well-known ill effects attributed to the injections.

Recent autopsy data shows a close association between the COVID mRNA jabs and heart inflammation, instead of a link between the COVID virus itself and heart issues.

According to two recent medical studies from Europe, it is blood damage that explains the many harmful impacts of COVID shots.

Young men in particular are more likely to experience heart inflammation brought on by the COVID jabs.

Indeed, last week Alberta-based doctor and cancer researcher William Makis called on the Canadian Medical Association (CMA) to not “stay silent” regarding the “illegally mandated COVID‐19 vaccines” and their link to the sudden suspicious deaths of countless Canadian doctors.

Health Canada approves new COVID booster shot despite it not being tested on humans

Last week, Health Canada approved for use the bivalent Moderna Covid-19 booster jab, which it claims targets the so-called BA.1 Omicron subvariant.

However, Moderna’s new COVID-19 Omicron subvariant booster was approved without the jabs undergoing any human trial testing.

Canadian Minister of Health Jean-Yves Duclos, when announcing the approval of the Moderna Covid-19 booster jab last week, made the claim that getting a booster is like recharging your “phone battery.”

“It needs to be recharged from time to time. Recharging our protection after six months is important, otherwise, we are left without the power to protect ourselves and our loved ones,” Duclos said.

Both both Pfizer and Moderna’s new COVID-19 Omicron subvariant booster was given Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) in the United States at the end of last month.

As it stands now, COVID boosters are only recommended for Canadians over 65 and young people with underlying health issues.

Vaccine Choice Canada recently put out a new video titled “Should I Vaccinate My Child With The Covid-19 Vaccine? The Stats, Facts & Risks Involved.”

The video “explains some of the untold or unknown facts, statistics, and information related to the Covid-19 vaccines.”