People around the world were already upset about vaccine mandates but now University Hospital has decided to take it even further.

They’ve added a booster shot to their mandate for their employees who have already taken the Johnson and Johnson COVID vaccine.

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In the video below, University Hospital CEO and Former Health Commissioner of New Jersey Dr. Shereef Elnahal talks briefly about it.

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“We have over 93% of our employees now vaccinated with the mandate and we just added the Johnson and Johnson booster as a part of our mandate for folks who receive that as an initial course of vaccination.” – Dr. Shereef Elnahal

“With respect to this mandate, all employees who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine as their primary vaccination are required to obtain their booster shot by Friday, December 24th. Employees will have the option to receive their choice of one of the three approved COVID-19 vaccines, as federal guidance allows for the “mix and match” of primary vaccination injections and the booster. Hospital leadership will continue to monitor data to determine if any additional mandates will be required for employees who received the Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna vaccines.” – Statement/University Hospital

Full Press Release from University Hospital

For months and months, we’ve all heard public health officials practically chant “safe and effective,” but moves like this one draw the effectiveness into question.

If the vaccine is effective, why mandate a booster shot?

That sounds like an admission that they’re not effective. If they were effective, people wouldn’t need a booster shot.

Dr. Fauci has been the point man for the COVID Cult and when the shots started he had stated their efficacy was highly effective and virtually 100% efficacious but that changed dramatically over time.

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