They've been pushing for the 'Rona jab and they're not giving up.
Today, the FDA authorized emergency use of both the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine and Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to include jabbing children as young as 6 months old.
The agency claims to have determined that the benefits of the vax outweighs the potential risks to children.
"Many parents, caregivers and clinicians have been waiting for a vaccine for younger children and this action will help protect those down to 6 months of age. As we have seen with older age groups, we expect that the vaccines for younger children will provide protection from the most severe outcomes of COVID-19, such as hospitalization and death," said FDA Commissioner Robert M. Califf, M.D. "Those trusted with the care of children can have confidence in the safety and effectiveness of these COVID-19 vaccines and can be assured that the agency was thorough in its evaluation of the data."
Personally, I don't know any of these so-called caregivers that can not wait to jab their kids with an experimental gene-therapy. And if I did know them, I'd tell them to put on a fourth mask and step 6 feet away from those kids.
How long are we going to pretend that Covid is a threat to young, healthy people – let alone children!
Instead, why not just let the kids eat some dirt and build up their immune system?
Oh right... because Big Pharma doesn't make money off healthy people.
In clinical trials of children of 6 months through 5 years of age the most common side effects were:
- Pain, redness and swelling at the injection site
- Underarm (or groin) swelling/tenderness of lymph nodes in the same arm (or thigh) as the injection
- Loss of appetite
- Muscle ache
- Joint stiffness
Headache, fever, chills, fatigue... all sounds very familiar. Almost eerily familiar to the common cold (or dare I say the overblown Cold 2.0).
Medical practitioners and random workers at your local sports arenas are now going to start giving the jab to children as young as 6 months old. That's about 17 million kids.
The shots wont be given until the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's vaccine advisers vote on whether to recommend them or not, which is scheduled for tomorrow, plus the CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky has to sign off on that recommendation – which let's face it, of course they're going to recommend it.
The White House has already said that vaccinations for younger children may begin as early as next week.
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