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We are fooled if we vaccinate our children against COVID-19


The first independent studies of the vaccines against COVID-19 are now appearing. They show that the vaccines do not prevent infection as expected. 

Now the vaccines are instead said to prevent symptomatic COVID-19. However recent data shows that death in COVID-19 among fully vaccinated is growing

The vaccines may have serious adverse effects on some children.  

It would seem that not giving the vaccine to children is a more efficient health intervention  than giving the vaccine.

Still, there  is a strong push in media for vaccinating children.

Pfizer said its vaccine was 90% effective in preventing symptomatic Covid in children ages 5 to 11, citing clinical trial data.

New York Times Friday, October 22, 2021, 9:31 AM EST

The company submitted the information to the Food and Drug Administration, which was expected to release its own analysis of the data later on Friday.

With vaccines, 90 percent are said to be protected from illness. Even if it were true, would that benefit be worth the known, hidden, and future adverse effects of the vaccines?

Modena also wants to get into the game: 

Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine is safe and produces a powerful immune response in children aged 6 through 11, the company said.

Monday, October 25, 2021 9:45 AM EST

One month after immunization was complete, the children in Moderna’s trial had antibody levels that were 1.5 times higher than those seen in young adults, the company said.


Here is a commented summary of a news item from Reuters October 25, 2021: 

_Moderna Inc said on Monday its COVID-19 vaccine generated a strong immune response and was generally well-tolerated in children aged six to 11 years, and the company plans to submit the data to regulators soon.

Note the word “generally”

_Moderna said its two-dose vaccine generated virus-neutralizing antibodies in children and safety was comparable to what was previously seen in clinical trials of adolescents and adults.

Note the word “comparable” and what did the previous trials show

_A panel of FDA advisers will vote on Tuesday whether to authorize rival Pfizer and BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine for use in children aged five to 11 years.

_The Moderna COVID-19 vaccine has been authorized for adults over the age of 18 years, and recently gained clearance for a third dose in some Americans.

_Sweden has paused the use of the Moderna vaccine for younger age groups after reports of cases of heart inflammation in young adults.

Moderna said majority of the side effects in the trial, which had 4,753 participants, were mild or moderate in severity, with fatigue, headache, fever and injection site pain the most common.

Note the word “majority”. 
 To the original Reuter’s story: