CDC Director Gets COVID a Month after Bivalent Booster Jab
Rochelle Walensky had herself injected with the bivalent booster on September 22nd.
Today, I received my updated #COVID19 vaccine!
Laboratory data suggest these updated vaccines provide increased protection against currently circulating variants. If you received your last COVID-19 vaccine >2 mo. ago, I encourage you to join me & get your updated vaccine now. pic.twitter.com/SZS7VeJict
— Rochelle Walensky, MD, MPH (@CDCDirector) September 22, 2022
On October 22nd, the CDC director announced she tested positive for COVID the previous night, Friday. She is reportedly experiencing mild symptoms.
If Walensky had received two original boosters after the primary series, it would mean her September 2022 injection was her fifth dose of synthetic mRNA.
.@CDCDirector Rochelle Walensky visited a CVS Pharmacy today to get her bivalent COVID-19 booster. The bivalent vaccine provides added protection against COVID-19 and the Omicron variant and is available at CVS Pharmacy locations nationwide. https://t.co/wXDZYrmMyd pic.twitter.com/BQojEnRpl4
— CVS Health (@CVSHealth) September 22, 2022
“Laboratory data suggest these updated vaccines provide increased protection against currently circulating variants.”
By laboratory data, she means results of experimenting on eight mice. 🐁🐁🐁🐁🐁🐁🐁
Rochelle Paula Bersoff was born in Massachusetts on April 5, 1969. She is 53 years of age and has three children. Her undergraduate degree is from Washington University in St. Louis, her medical degree is from Johns Hopkins University, and her master’s in public health is from Harvard University.
* Walensky’s 1991 degree from Washington University in St. Louis was a B.A. in biochemistry and molecular biology.
By coincidence, Sean Casten, politician father of a suddenly dead 17-year-old, also earned a B.A. in molecular biology and biochemistry, from Middlebury College in 1993.
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