Parents of children under 5 have made it abundantly clear to the Biden Administration.
They do NOT want COVID-19 shots for their kids!
Despite massive propaganda from Biden, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky and others, the majority of parents say they will never get their children inoculated against COVID-19.
In a new Kaiser Family Foundation survey, 43 percent of parents of children ages 6 months through 4 years said they would refuse the shots for their kids.
"Parents who might be predisposed…said that lack of access was a significant barrier, a concern expressed by more Black and Hispanic parents than white parents. About 44 percent of Black parents worried about having to take time off from work…" https://t.co/OG1rMi2LAS
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Barely a month after the Food and Drug Administration authorized COVID-19 vaccines for young children, the prognosis that large numbers of them will get the shots looks bleak, according to a new survey released Tuesday by the Kaiser Family Foundation. https://t.co/eBFoW9p5MJ
— Chicago Tribune (@chicagotribune) July 26, 2022
More than 40% of parents with kids under 5 years old do not want to vaccinate them against COVID-19, according to a survey published Tuesday by the Kaiser Family Foundation. https://t.co/VlbtxCCvKB
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) July 26, 2022
“More than four in ten parents of children in this age group say they will “definitely not” get their child vaccinated for COVID-19. Republican or Republican leaning parents (64%) and parents who are themselves unvaccinated (64%) are particularly likely to say they will “definitely not” vaccinate their youngest children,” according to the survey.
“When asked in their own words for the main reason why they will not vaccinate their eligible child under 5 “right away,” parents cite concerns about the newness of the vaccine and not enough testing or research, concerns over side effects, and worries over the overall safety of the vaccines.”
Daily Caller noted:
Just 7% of parents surveyed said their child under five years old has already been vaccinated, more than one month after the CDC and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized and recommended a vaccine for that age group. Forty-three percent say they will never get their kid vaccinated against the virus under any circumstance. Another 13% said they would only do so if it were required for an activity such as school.
While the results were skewed by partisanship, with Republicans and Republican-leaners more likely to reject COVID-19 vaccination for their young kids, even Democrats and vaccinated parents were more likely not to want their child jabbed. Twenty-one percent of Democrats said they won’t get their child under five vaccinated versus 15% who already have, and 27% of vaccinated parents said they won’t versus 11% who already have.
Parents are realizing that the experimental shot poses a greater risk to their child’s health than COVID-19 itself.
“Adding to the reluctance of some parents to vaccinate their young children, a slight majority (53%) of parents of the youngest children view the vaccine as a bigger risk to their child’s health than getting infected with COVID-19,” the survey added.
“The share saying the vaccine is a bigger risk rises to 73% among Republican and Republican-leaning parents, 71% among parents who are unvaccinated themselves, and 67% among parents whose child has previously tested positive for COVID-19.”
Although public health officials have been relentless to get toddlers vaccinated since the FDA and CDC authorized the experimental shot, the majority of parents have zero trust in these agencies.
The United States remains an outlier compared to most of the world, inoculating toddlers and infants.
As of now, only a handful of other countries are giving the experimental shot to this age bracket.