CDC shows COVID shots unnecessary for children

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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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