Which of the following issues is not among the flaws of the current Covid-19 vaccines?
Contrary to what media outlets and governments have led people to believe, the current crop of Covid-19 vaccines have serious shortcomings, and Anthony Fauci recently confessed in the New England Journal of Medicine, "The limitations of SARS-CoV-2 vaccines suggest that they will ultimately need to be replaced by second-generation vaccines that induce more broadly protective and more durable immunity." Some of these limitations are: (1) The vaccines are injected into muscles, which produces little-to-no immunity in the upper respiratory tract. (2) The vaccines target only one area of the virus called the "Spike protein," while naturally acquired immunity targets the entire virus. (3) The vaccines trigger an immune reaction to a few Spike variants, while naturally acquired immunity attacks a diverse array of Spike variants. The vaccines, however, do induce strong immunity in the lungs, but this appears to fade significantly within months, perhaps due to the facts in (2) and (3) above.