The mRNA Shots Don't Work Against Omicron, So The WHO Wants More Of Them

Despite the obvious inefficacy of the mRNA shots against the Omicron variant, the WHO is still clamoring for more vaccination.

The WHO has repeatedly warned that unequal distribution of vaccines worldwide has led to low immunization rates in developing countries, leaving vast populations vulnerable to the emergence of new variants. The WHO had set a target for every country to vaccinate 40% of its population by the end of 2021. However, 92 countries have not achieved that goal, according to the WHO.

This despite arguing last month that booster shots were not a workable strategy.

Director-General Tedros is straddling so many fences it's a miracle he's not beset by splinters.