What is going on here?
Should children be receiving the vaccine or no? Apparently The W.H.O. doesn’t seem to think so, at least not right now. According to recent reports, The World Health Organization just changed its guidelines on child vaccination.
This is definitely a contrast from what we are seeing here in The U.S.
We seem to have a lot of people in the MSM that are really pushing vaccines for children, and The CDC is also completely on board with childhood Covid-19 vaccines at the moment.
I think we can safely say that none of these people really know what is going on, and that is exactly why people are choosing to hold off on these experimental vaccines.
I am a strong believer that only those extremely at risk need some sort of vaccine for Covid-19. The same way I think that only those extremely at risk for the flu should take a flu shot.
Take a look:
"Children should not be vaccinated for the moment.
There is not yet enough evidence on the use of vaccines against COVID-19 in children to make recommendations for children to be vaccinated against COVID-19."https://t.co/HCRN9lbdrM
— Tracy Høeg, MD, PhD (@TracyBethHoeg) June 21, 2021
A pediatrician sounds the alarm over #Covid vaccines. “I am a proponent of the routine childhood immunizations… but for this vaccine, I cannot.”
Long but worth reading. (Eight screenshots.) pic.twitter.com/BFJSIHZaCh
— Alex Berenson (@AlexBerenson) May 21, 2021
Becker News sheds light on The W.H.O.’s recent guideline changes:
The World Health Organization issued new guidance on childhood vaccinations on Monday. The WHO’s current advice for parents who have plans to get their children vaccinated is to await further investigation of the vaccines.
“Children should not be vaccinated for the moment,” the WHO said. “There is not yet enough evidence on the use of vaccines against COVID-19 in children to make recommendations for children to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Children and adolescents tend to have milder disease compared to adults. However, children should continue to have the recommended childhood vaccines.”
The WHO’s guidance does not exactly correspond with that of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, according to its website.
“The CDC Urges Parents to Get Childhood Vaccinations up to Date Following a Steep Decline Last Year” – via @nytimes – https://t.co/GhRtdT03yT
—#COVID19 #covidvaccine #vaxnews #vaccines #vaccineswork #covid19vaccines #COVID19vaccine #vaccination
— Vaccinate Your Family (@Vaxyourfam) June 14, 2021
With Covid-19 vaccinations on the horizon for children ages 12 to 15 in the US, pediatricians are concerned about the challenge of getting children up to date on their childhood vaccines, and balancing that with scheduling potential Covid-19 shots https://t.co/A06auEQhZh
— CNN (@CNN) May 10, 2021
This is the official CDC stance as of this writing:
CDC recommends everyone 12 years and older should get a COVID-19 vaccination to help protect against COVID-19. Widespread vaccination is a critical tool to help stop the pandemic. People who are fully vaccinated can resume activities that they did prior to the pandemic. Learn more about what you and your child or teen can do when you have been fully vaccinated. Children 12 years and older are able to get the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine.
Getting a COVID-19 vaccination can help protect your child from getting COVID-19. Early information shows that the vaccines may help keep people from spreading COVID-19 to others. They can also help keep your child from getting seriously sick even if they do get COVID-19. Help protect your whole family by getting yourself and your children 12 years and older vaccinated against COVID-19.COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective.
COVID-19 vaccines have been used under the most intensive safety monitoring in U.S. history, which includes studies in adolescents.
Your child will need a second shot of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine 3 weeks after their first shot.
Your child can’t get COVID-19 from any COVID-19 vaccine, including the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.
Your child may get a COVID-19 vaccine and other vaccines at the same visit or without waiting 14 days between vaccines.