Are parents waking up to COVID madness and resisting the tyrants who want to inject their babies with these toxic injections?
According to newly released data, very few American infants and toddlers are receiving the experimental COVID-19 shots.
Only 1.3% of eligible children under the age of 5 have gotten vaccinated in just over three weeks.
In many states, the percentage of infants and toddlers getting the experimental shot is under 1 percent.
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“Just 1.3 percent of eligible children under 5 have received one or two doses of a vaccine, data from the CDC show.
In many states, meanwhile, the percentage of young children getting a shot is under 1 percent”https://t.co/wcmHaKguZz
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Parents have been hesitant to get their child a #COVID19 vaccine, according to newly released data.
— The Epoch Times (@EpochTimes) July 9, 2022
The Epoch Times reported:
Uptake of COVID-19 vaccines has been low so far in young children, with a small fraction of those newly eligible for a vaccine receiving one, according to new data.
In a pair of moves in June, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) made the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines available to children from 6 months to 5 years of age, and recommended virtually every child in the age group get vaccinated.
But parents have been hesitant to get their child a vaccine, according to the newly released data.
Just 1.3 percent of eligible children under 5 have received one or two doses of a vaccine, data from the CDC show.
16.70% of those aged 5-11 were vaccinated after one month, and 19.50% of those aged 12-15 were vaccinated after three weeks.
A Kaiser Family Foundation study found that 68% of parents either did not plan on vaccinating their young children or were waiting to see how the shot works for others.
With news that Moderna has asked the FDA to authorize its COVID-19 vaccine for young children, the latest KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor survey finds that about one in five parents of children under age 5 (18%) are eager to get their child vaccinated right away, while a larger share (38%) say they plan to wait a while to see how the vaccine is working for others. About four in ten parents of children under 5 are more reluctant to get their child vaccinated with 27% saying they will “definitely not” get their child vaccinated and 11% saying they will only do so if they are required. Just over half of parents of children in this age range say they do not have enough information about the vaccines’ safety and effectiveness for children under age 5.