All Public School Kids May Soon Be Required To Take COVID Vaccine

The COVID vaccine may soon be added to the national childhood vaccination program. If the vaccine is added, all public school children could be required to get the COVID vaccine….

A December 2021 report from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) detailed adverse effects among children ages 5–11 after receiving COVID-19 vaccinations, ranging from pain and swelling around injection sites, to systemic reactions, including fatigue, headaches, and joint pain, along with overall health impacts, including the inability to perform normal daily activities or attend school.

A similar study of kids aged 5-11 found more serious side effects, including seizures, appendicitis, allergic reactions, and abnormal renal function, according to Singapore’s Health Sciences Authority (HSA).

While other studies have found milder vax side effects in children, the practice remains controversial — at best. Yet? The COVID vaccine may soon be added to the childhood vaccination program. If the vaccine is added, all public school children could be required to get the COVID vaccine. Dr. Marty Makary, a surgeon and professor at Johns Hopkins University, rhetorically asked during a segment with Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Tuesday: “Many of us are asking, why even have an FDA? Why even do clinical trials?”

“Why can’t we see this information?” he asked.

Makary continued:

There has never been a vaccine added to the child immunization schedule without solid clinical evidence that it reduces disease significantly in the community. The COVID vaccine in children will be the first. It will be added with no clinical data. What are they hiding? Why can’t we see this information?

Makary told Carlson that those who wanted to see the data were “basically told to stop asking questions.”

Meanwhile, some are concerned about the vaccine’s risks for younger recipients.

For boys and young men ages 12 to 24, certain mRNA-based COVID vaccines increased their risk of developing myocarditis, or the inflammation of the heart muscle that can reduce the heart’s ability to pump blood, according to some studies.

The Pfizer COVID vaccine currently only has an Emergency Use Authorization for children under 12, meaning it has not yet gained full Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for young kids.

The Moderna COVID vaccine only has emergency authorization for those under 18, so it does not have full FDA approval for school-aged children.

The Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine is not yet fully approved by the FDA for anyone, but it does have emergency authorization for adults 18 and up.

Children are at low risk of developing severe cases of COVID, which has primarily been deadly for the elderly and immunocompromised. Nevertheless, the CDC has recommended that children six months and older get vaccinated and that children five and up get a booster shot.

Nonetheless, the Thursday schedule for a (CDC) committee shows it is set to consider revisions to the child immunization program. Later on Thursday, the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices is also scheduled to vote on immunization schedules. While it’s not yet clear that the committee will consider adding the COVID vaccine to childhood vaccinations, the schedule appears to indicate that’s the plan. Wanna place any bets, given what we’ve seen, so far?

Every state in the country requires public school students to receive childhood immunizations, and many use the CDC’s list as a guide. In other words, when the CDC speaks — with insufficient evidence or potentially serious side effects — public school systems listen without question.

Still, Dr. Ashish Jha, head of the White House COVID task force,  said at a June press briefing that data shows the COVID vaccine protects children. “Let’s set the record straight,” Jha declared, “because the data here is actually quite clear.

Kids are better protected if they are vaccinated. If they are vaccinated, they are far less likely to get seriously ill. They’re far less likely to end up in the hospital, far less likely to end up in the ICU.

Perhaps Jha’s right. But maybe not. Maybe he’s really wrong. That said, should the federal government or government schools — funded by taxpayer dollars — become the sole arbiter of the serious decision facing parents of young children all over America? How to put this gently… “Oh hell, no.”

One look at the disastrous draconian COVID mandates spearheaded by COVID Gnome Dr. Anthony Fauci — AKA: “The Science” reveals the troublesome answer.✪


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