USA: Pfizer shared that they asked the FDA for a EUA for a booster C-19 shot for kids aged 5-11.
The FDA issued a EUA for the Pfizer coronavirus shots for these children in October 2021.
One doctor on the FDA Advisory Committee deliberating on whether or not the EUA should be given to these kids said that it would be the only way to see if the shots were safe for this age group.
We have almost six months of data since the first EUA was issued for this age group to be vaccinated with Pfizer’s C-19 shots.
More than 10,000 cases have been filed to VAERS of deaths and injuries among children in this age group.
There were 939 cases of vaccine side effects in the same period for all of the FDA-approved shots for children.
There are 1000% of vaccine injuries and deaths for this age group after the C-19 shots.
We couldn’t find data on how many children in this age group have been vaccinated with the Pfizer C-19 vaccines.
‘’ For FDA approved vaccines in the childhood immunization schedule, this age group receives the following vaccines: Diphtheria, Tetanus, & acellular pertussis vaccines, Inactivated poliovirus vaccine, Influenza (one each year), Measles, mumps, rubella vaccines, Varicella vaccine, Tetanus, diphtheria, & acellular pertussis vaccines, Human papillomavirus vaccine, and the Meningococcal vaccine. (Source.)
I think it is safe to conclude, therefore, that these children are receiving more FDA-approved vaccines than EUA COVID-19 vaccines.
Not only should the FDA not authorize a booster shot for this age group, but they should also immediately suspend the original 2-dose Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines for this age group.
As I have previously reported, however, it appears that Pfizer is now in control of the FDA committing their crimes against humanity with COVID-19 shots that are neither safe nor effective.’’ Health Impact News reported.
Below you can find some stories of children injured by the shots.
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