CDC shows COVID shots unnecessary for children

Julie Reeder
Julie Reeder
Now that Big Pharma is firmly in bed with the Food and Drug Administration, children’s COVID vaccines don't need to hit even the low 50% efficacy targets anymore. The FDA’s de facto regulator in chief Peter Marks suggested this when he spoke to Congress in a May 6 briefing.Marks told Congress they would probably authorize the vaccines anyway, despite the fact that in pediatric vaccine trials, both Pfizer and Moderna appear not to have cleared even the 50% bar which is the FDA’s minimum efficacy standard for vaccination. The FDA briefing actually states that they “were open to less than 50% efficacy” for the COVID vaccines for the smallest children.That 50% efficacy was a standard that the FDA set early on, a standard that is ridiculously low.A recent Centers for Disea
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