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COVID Vaccines for Children Under 5 Coming as Soon as June 21, White House Claims Parents are “Eager”


We knew this day was coming.

Pending FDA approval, the COVID “vaccine” will be made available to children under 5 this month.

There was still some underlying hope that, with everything we now know about the experimental vaccine, parents wouldn’t fall for it.

According to Joe Biden’s COVID response coordinator though, parents are “eager” to get their young children vaccinated.

Dr. Ashish Jha claims that the shot could be available as soon as June 21.

At this point, anyone listening to Joe Biden or anyone under him should know better…

The New York Times has the scoop:

A top federal health official, anticipating that regulators will soon authorize coronavirus vaccines for children younger than 5, said Thursday that the first doses could be administered as early as June 21, and that states, pharmacies and community health centers can begin ordering them from the Biden administration on Friday.

Dr. Ashish Jha, President Biden’s coronavirus response coordinator, shared the timeline during a White House briefing. He cautioned that the preparations are contingent on Food and Drug Administration authorization of doses for children 6 months through 4 years old, and a recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. No doses will be shipped until the F.D.A. and the C.D.C. sign off.

“I want to be very clear that I am not here to prejudge the outcome of the process,” Dr. Jha said. “But the administration is hard at work planning all sorts of scenarios based on whatever the outcome is.”

He said the administration has been working closely with local health departments, pediatricians and family doctors, and has asked states to distribute the initial tranche of doses to sites like children’s hospitals, which serve the most vulnerable young patients, and sites in neighborhoods hardest hit by the pandemic.

Here’s the latest from Politico:

Covid-19 vaccinations for the nation’s youngest children could begin as early as June 21, White House coronavirus response coordinator Ashish Jha said today.

States can start ordering children’s vaccines on Friday, Jha said during a White House press briefing, but orders won’t ship until the Food and Drug Administration authorizes the shots for kids between 6 months and 5 years old.

The FDA’s vaccine advisory committee is set to discuss Pfizer’s and Moderna’s applications — both of which call for a smaller dose than adults receive — in two weeks.

The COVID coordinator Ashish Jha claimed that “many many parents are eager to vaccinate their youngest kids:”

After everything we know now about the alleged vaccines, it’s terrifying to think that some parents are eagerly awaiting the chance to give their 5 and under kids the jab.


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