The mRNA vaccines literally train the human immune system to identify the spike protein on the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 and attack it. How does that not fit the definition?Do they follow the CDC's own definition of "vaccine" and "immunity" which has been around for decades and which all other vaccines actually adhere to?
If they don't, then what are they? If they don't adhere to the accepted medical definitions then they aren't what we're being told they are. We're being lied to. Does the CDC plan on changing its definitions?