US CDC Pushing COVID-19 Boosters on Kids Despite Health Risk

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Despite the absence of clinical outcomes data to support the recommendation, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Dr. Anthony Fauci continue to push hard for all healthy children to receive four doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. Every healthy 12-year-old girl in the United States will receive 70 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine over the course of her average lifespan, with each dose carrying a risk of heart damage.

Officials in the United States continue to propagate outdated myths, such as the false claims that vaccines prevent transmission and that myocarditis is more prevalent after COVID-19 than before the vaccine. A recent JAMA Cardiology study found that young males who had the vaccine were four to 28 times more likely to develop myocarditis.

A Troponin test revealed asymptomatic heart damage in 2.8% of participants in a University of Basel study who received the COVID-19 booster. They now know that Big Tech was censoring any vaccine-hesitant content, including medical research, so people may have missed these studies.

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When nearly all children already have COVID-19, it is unethical to put them at risk for vaccine-induced myocarditis. The government does not recognize the circulating antibodies that children have that neutralize the virus. Not only are US public health officials’ propagators of misinformation, but they are also outliers on a global scale.

The World Wellbeing Association last week came as close as it’s consistently come to saying sound kids shouldn’t get the Coronavirus immunization, considering the shot a low need for solid youngsters.

The WHO is also concerned that the absolutism with which the COVID-19 vaccine is promoted for healthy adolescents is harming credibility and decreasing the number of routine vaccinations given to children. The news that the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine has been restricted in some parts of Europe for individuals under the age of 30 may shock the majority of Americans.