FDA Oks Boosters for 5-12 Yr Olds, But Admits 2 Dose Regimen is Only 12% Effective in Preventing Omicron Cases

So the FDA has approved booster shots of the COVID-19 vaccine for 5-12 years olds, but it may not matter much as it has been found that the two-dose child version of the vaccine is only 12% effective against the Omicron variant.

This is the first time in history such an emphasis has been placed on a vaccine that is so ineffective on a group of people with a 99.8+% recovery rate.

That doesn’t include any potential side effects, an area that is still uncertain since the vaccine has only been around for a short time. As many nations worldwide are rolling back vaccine requirements, the FDA wants to encourage even more children to be both vaccinated and boosted.

It feels a bit less like following the science and a little more like following the money from the latest look at the efforts. Sure, if people want to vaccinate their kids, that’s their call, but requiring a controversial vaccine of anyone is beyond the reach of the government’s authority.

Instead, the FDA and big pharma companies need to be more transparent about the real need and side effects as parents consider a medical option that could have major implications for the health of their children.

The video includes much more, so check it out now to see the latest regarding children and COVID vaccines in this special report.


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