Just days after the FDA granted an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for those aged 5-11, the city of San Francisco has decided to mandate it for the age group. San Francisco is now the first city in America to mandate any kind of COVID-19 vaccine for this particular age group.
San Francisco becomes the first jurisdiction in the world to mandate EUA vaccination for all 5-11 year olds.
In ~8 weeks, all children ages 5+ will be required to carry proof of full vaccination in order to dine in a restaurant with family, take swimming lessons, and more: pic.twitter.com/GRf2pBlp0r
— Genève Campbell (@bergerbell) November 3, 2021
During a town hall yesterday, the San Francisco Department of Public Health announced that children will soon be required to show proof of vaccination to do essentially everything in the city of San Francisco as part of the city’s mandate that currently applies to those aged 12 or older. The mandate requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination to go to restaurants, bars, theatres, clubs, gyms, and all large events. Proof of a negative COVID-19 test or proof of previous infection and antibodies is not acceptable under the mandate.
According to the FDA, 86% of children suffer some sort of adverse reaction after receiving Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine. This includes pain at the injection site, fatigue, fevers, and new or worsened muscle and joint pains.
Children and young adults are also more likely than any other age group to experience myocarditis as a result of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccines. In fact, according to a recent study, boys between the ages of 12 and 15 are estimated to be up to six times more likely to be hospitalized from Pfizer vaccine-related myocarditis than they are to be hospitalized due to COVID-19. It should be noted that a child who develops myocarditis has only around a 50% chance of living another 10 years.
If a 5 year old develops "mild Myocarditis," there is a 50/50 chance they won't live to see their 15th birthday.
This is what we are doing to our CHILDREN, for political statement!
(Source: NIH) pic.twitter.com/vEyQhCzxQ3
— Dr. Gina – RAV (@RealAmVoice) (@RealDrGina) November 2, 2021
Lastly, children aged 0-17 are estimated to have a 99.9%+ chance of survival if they contract COVID-19, a survival rate that is higher than any other age group.
Parents should be the ones choosing what goes into their children’s bodies, not the government via a forceful mandate.