So the FDA is now allowing COVID-19 shots for infants and children from six months to five years old. The problem? Not many parents are up for giving their infants a jab with an unproven, controversial shot.
The numbers show that there is not a huge demand for coronavirus shots for the nation’s youngest. Instead, there is suddenly more supply than demand, with the Biden administration now campaigning for parents to vaccinate their young ones.
The video notes that news outlets across the country have been reporting about the low turnout and empty centers for the new shot. You might expect these locations to be in red states, but the reports have been talking about New York City and other blue areas.
Seems like many parents aren’t convinced the new shot is the best idea for young ones. Unlike older kids, there is no telling parents they can’t send their kids to school unless they are vaccinated to motivate them either.
It doesn’t help when reports of young people dying from COVID or “with” COVID may or may not have been filed accurately. It seems like a lot of pressure for a shot that is targeting those least likely to be hospitalized from the virus.
The video shows more of the details surrounding the story that you don’t want to miss. Check it out for the latest facts about the new shot for children and see what you think about it.