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Cuba is the First Country to Vaccinate Toddlers Against COVID-19


Cuba became the world’s first country to cross a disgusting threshold.

The Caribbean island nation is the first to vaccinate toddlers against COVID-19.

Despite a 99.997% survival rate in children, the communist country wants to inject every child before reopening schools.

Cuba developed its own vaccines named Abdala and Soberana during COVID-19 hysteria.

Unlike the mRNA jabs from Pfizer and Moderna, Cuba’s homegrown injections are conjugate vaccines.

Nature explains:

Even Soberana 02 has an independent streak, working differently from other vaccines in play. The jab is a ‘conjugate’ vaccine, one that links a weaker antigen with a stronger one to ensure a vigorous immune response. To make Soberana 02, Finlay scientists coupled fragments of the coronavirus spike protein to a deactivated form of tetanus toxin, a powerful antigen that can boost production of immune cells and antibodies1.

After 1 year of trials, Cuba began its mass vaccination campaign against COVID-19 on May 12, 2021.

Despite Phase 3 Clinical Trials being incomplete, the communist regime pressed forward with the inoculations.

From the New York Times:

The country’s decision to deploy unproven vaccines mirrors the early introduction of vaccines in Russia, China and India, where regulators permitted mass vaccination campaigns to begin before the completion of Phase 3 clinical trials, which assess the vaccines’ effectiveness and safety.

In Florida, news reports critical of the Cuban government accused it of jumping the gun and endangering public health. American and European health regulators do not allow vaccines to be introduced, even for emergency use, until Phase 3 clinical trials are completed.

Though Cuba’s daily coronavirus case counts remain low by Latin American standards, they have spiked alarmingly in recent months. The island, which reported 12,225 confirmed cases in all of 2020, saw 31,465 confirmed cases in April 2021 alone.

The rapid spread of a virus variant first detected in South Africa has contributed to a surge in cases in Cuba, and justifies the early large-scale use of the Sovereign 2 and Abdala vaccines, according to the country’s health minister, Dr. José Angel Portal.

“Confirmed cases are forecast to rise,” he said. “Our regulatory agency and health experts consider that this intervention’s benefits outweigh the risks.”

Scientists rely on Phase 3 trials, in which a vaccine is compared with a placebo, to determine whether vaccines work. Cuba intends to finish the trials for the two vaccines by June.

Cuban scientists argue that with more than 145,000 Cubans already vaccinated as part of clinical trials and an “intervention study” with health workers, they already have enough data to know that serious adverse reactions to the vaccines are rare.

Unlike the American and European vaccines, which were developed in novel ways, “the technological platform the Cuban vaccines are based on has been used for 30 years,” said Dr. Gerardo Guillén, who has led the development of the Abdala vaccine. He said Cuba’s vaccines “are known to be very safe,” and that the proven track record of the technology “factored into the decision.”

Similar to most countries, Cuba witnessed a massive spike in cases & deaths after starting the mass vaccination campaign.

On May 12, 2021 (when the campaign began), Cuba reported 1,207 new cases and 13 deaths.

On September 5, 2021 (4 months later), Cuba reported 9,221 new cases and 86 deaths.

It’s likely this is an example of ADE, which many scientists warned about during a mass vaccination campaign against a novel coronavirus.

Despite healthy children having no risk of severe complications, the Cuban government wants to inject 2-year olds with an unproven injection.

It’s immoral and puts the kids’ health in jeopardy.

Yet, Cuba doesn’t plan on reopening schools until all children receive the experimental injections.

From the Daily Mail:

Cuba on Monday became the first country in the world to vaccinate children from the age of two against Covid-19, using home-grown jabs not recognized by the World Health Organization.

The communist Caribbean island of 11.2 million people aims to inoculate all its children before reopening schools that have been closed for the most part since March 2020.

The new school year started on Monday, but from home via television programs, as most Cuban homes do not have internet access.

Having completed clinical trials on minors with its Abdala and Soberana vaccines, Cuba kicked off its inoculation campaign for children on Friday, starting with those 12 and older.

On Monday, it started distributing jabs in the 2-11 age group in the central province of Cienfuegos.

Several other countries in the world are vaccinating children from the age of 12, and some are conducting trials in younger kids.

Countries such as China, the United Arab Emirates and Venezuela have announced they plan to vaccinate younger children, but Cuba is the first to do so.

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Since the start of the pandemic in March 2020, almost all schools in Cuba have been closed. Whilst they did reopen for a few weeks at the end of 2020, they soon closed again in January of this year.

The current school year in Cuba began on Monday. Due to strict government controls and a lack of universal access to the internet, students have been learning through programmes on the TV. Whilst this ‘remote’ style of learning is expected to continue for the next few months, it is essentially forcing children to undergo programming through communist propaganda being pushed by the government.

Health officials have stressed that the only way children get back into the classroom is through submitting to the vaccine.

Following this, the government have stated that if the mass vaccination campaign proceeds as planned and is successful, schools will be able to begin reopening gradually sometime in October after all children in Cuba have been jabbed.

Other countries have announced plans to provide Covid-19 vaccines to children under the age of 12. These countries include Venezuela, the United Arab Emirates and China. Chile on Monday followed by approving the use of the Sinovac vaccines for children between the ages of six and 12.

It is disturbing to see these experimental vaccines being rolled out for children, despite the countless adverse reactions and deaths that the jabs have caused globally. Here in the UK, whilst the jab has not been approved for use on children, it is expected that the mass vaccination program will be expanded in the next few weeks to include children aged 12 and upwards.


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