"Benefits do not outweigh the risks": Swedish health officials just announced they DO NOT recommend Covid vaccines for kids
· · Jan 27, 2022 · NottheBee.com

In huge breaking news, Sweden has announced that they DO NOT recommend the Covid-19 vaccine for kids saying that the risks outweigh the benefits.

I cannot wait to see Democrats argue that the entire government health apparatus of Sweden is "anti-science" and wants kids to die from Covid.

From Reuters:

Sweden has decided against recommending COVID vaccines for kids aged 5-11, the Health Agency said on Thursday, arguing that the benefits did not outweigh the risks.

"With the knowledge we have today, with a low risk for serious disease for kids, we don't see any clear benefit with vaccinating them," Health Agency official Britta Bjorkholm told a news conference.

She added that the decision could be revisited if the research changed or if a new variant changed the pandemic. Kids in high-risk groups can already get the vaccine.

Would you look at that? A nation actually followed the science, looked at available data and decided that since Covid isn't a danger to kids it would be riskier to get the jab than Covid for ages 5-11.

Something that some of us have been saying for a long, long time.

Take this study, which shows that the Moderna shots and Pfizer booster are both more likely to cause myocarditis in men under 40 than natural infection from Covid.

Papa Elon had thoughts on this news from across the Atlantic:

But who are you going to trust, the nation of Sweden's top medical experts, or Big Bird?

We are a nation full of people who want to jab kids and use propaganda to push baseless fear of Covid in children in contravention to science.

All for the "public good."

The real question remains, will Neil Young boycott Sweden??


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