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REPORT: Number of Toddlers Taken to Emergency Room After COVID-19 Shot, According to VAERS


“More than 55 percent of children ranging in age between 6 months and 2 years had a “systemic reaction” after their first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines, according to data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Sept. 1,” The Epoch Times reported.

“In addition, almost 60 percent had a reaction to the second dose of the Moderna vaccine, in the CDC survey of more than 13,000 children.”

The outlet also noted that 220 out of the approximately one million babies and toddlers vaccinated were taken to the emergency room right after inoculation, according to VAERS reports.

Over Half of Babies, Toddlers Had ‘Systemic Reaction’ After COVID-19 Shot, Says CDC Survey

This is criminal!

Small children have essentially zero risk of severe COVID-19 complications.

The experimental shot is incredibly more dangerous for small children than contracting COVID-19.

Public health agencies pushing these shots on babies and toddlers are committing crimes against humanity.

"Is it their intention to harm children?" asked Thorsteinn Siglaugsson.

Siglaugsson reports 1 in 4,500 toddlers taken to the emergency room after COVID-19 inoculation.

These figures are likely much higher considering the underreporting factor of VAERS.

"It's going to be at least 10 times more than 1 in 4,500," writes Daniel Horowitz on Covid Truth Bombs.

Fortunately, toddler COVID-19 inoculation rates remain extremely low.

From Axios:

Health officials are sounding the alarm over the potential of low child vaccination rates fueling transmission and carrying the risk of severe illness for some of the youngest Americans.

  • "What's at stake really with this is that we're going to be setting up a bunch of kids for risk of severe disease in the future," Daniel Blatt, a pediatric infectious disease physician at the University of Louisville and Norton Children's Hospital, told Axios.
  • "We don't really know what the next variant is gonna be. And the way to get ahead of that next variant is to give children a blueprint on how to fight it and that's what the vaccine does."

This is typical fearmongering from the medical mafia that would rather put small children at risk of vaccine-related side effects.

Cont. from Axios:

In D.C., which has the highest percentage of young children vaccinated, less than one quarter of children 6 months to four years old have received one dose— and 7.5% have received both doses, per the Washington Post.

  • The states with some of the lowest child vaccination rates — Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi — have vaccination rates of less than 0.2%, the Post found.


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