The United Kingdom will no longer COVID-19 injections to children under 12 years old.
The move follows Denmark, which no longer offers the experimental shots to children.
And off we go with the UK now trying to follow Denmark by starting with cutting off jabs for the 5-11 year-olds… I wonder which country will be the first to abandon them entirely?
— Pierre Kory, MD MPA (@PierreKory) September 5, 2022
From The Guardian:
The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) said children who had not turned five by the end of last month would not be offered a vaccination, in line with advice published by the UK’s Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) in February 2022. UKHSA said the offer of Covid jabs to healthy five to 11-year-olds was always meant to be temporary.
UKHSA’s Green Book, which provides information on the vaccine rollout for public health professionals, states: “This one-off programme applies to those aged 5 to 11 years, including those who turn five years of age before the end of August 2022.
“Subject to further clarification, on-going eligibility in 2022/23, after the one off-programme, is expected to be for children in the academic years where children are aged 11 or 12 years.”
Healthy children have essentially zero risk of severe COVID-19 complications.
However, the experimental COVID-19 shots have a horrendous safety profile.
And they don’t prevent transmission of the pathogen.
They’re useless, dangerous gene therapies.
It wouldn’t be surprising to see many other countries make similar decisions and roll back the shots for children.
The Naked Emperor provided additional details on Substack:
In it’s latest update, on page 24, the Green Book discusses the aforementioned “one-off, non-urgent programme” of vaccinating five to 11 year olds. Again, the language used is very interesting and they are clearly trying to distance themselves from the decision and ensure there is no perceived pressure.
In the document it says:
This one-off programme applies to those aged 5 to 11 years, including those who turn five years of age before the end of August 2022. Subject to further clarification, on-going eligibility in 2022/23, after the one off-programme, is expected to be for children in the academic years where children are aged 11 or 12 years.
Apparently, vaccinating any child that now turns five ended in August without any announcements. Now that this one off-programme is ending, it seems that children will not be offered the Covid vaccination until they are 11 or 12.
There is uproar on Twitter from those who wanted to vaccinate their kids, with many angry parents saying their child’s second dose has now been cancelled. Included in this uproar was one lady who tweeted that her child had been jabbed once and then caught covid. The child was very unwell despite reports of it being mild but she’s gutted her child won’t get jab no 2.
It would be interesting to know the reasoning behind this decision although I’m guessing the official response will be that it was always meant to be a one-off programme.