NY State’s acting health commissioner shared that she played up rare pediatric C-19 hospitalizations to promote the vaccines for children at the age of 5 and older one month ago.
The promotion of universal vaccination among youngsters results from the studies that show the children face minimal risk from C-19. In a December press conference, State Health Commissioner Dr. Mary T, Basset said that the numbers of C-19 hospitalizations were small, the white children didn’t have an epidemic infection, some pediatric hospitalizations were given center stats in a health alert “to motivate pediatricians and families to seek the protection of vaccination” for young children.
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The risks of COVID-19 for children are real,” Bassett wrote in the release. “We are alerting New Yorkers to this recent striking increase in pediatric COVID-19 admissions so that pediatricians, parents, and guardians can take urgent action to protect our youngest New Yorkers.”
“We must use all available safe and effective infection control, prevention and mitigation strategies,” she continued, urging parents to “[p]rotect your children who are five years and older by getting them fully vaccinated and protect children under five by making sure all of those around them have protection through vaccination, boosters, mask-wearing, avoiding crowds and testing.”
“[These] were small numbers that we reported in our health alert,” Bassett admitted in the December 28 presser.
“That was based on 50 hospitalizations, and I’ve now given you some larger numbers. But still small numbers.”
There are 50 pediatric hospitalizations among the population of 4 million children under 18. While asserting a “four-fold increases in COVID-19 hospital admissions for children 18 and under” between December 5 and December 24 and arguing that “[t]hese startling trends underscore the critical importance of protecting our children from COVID-19,”
NIAID director Fauci urged the universal vaccination, and last week he realized that “if you look at the children that are hospitalized, many of them are hospitalized with COVID, as opposed to because of COVID.” Fauci also affirmed that children are often counted as COVID-19 hospital admissions if they test positive for the virus after being admitted for an unrelated condition such as “a broken leg or appendicitis.”
‘’ The New York Health Commissioner’s comments and recommendations come in spite of data suggesting that children face a vanishingly small risk from COVID-19, with the American Pediatric Association estimating that between 0.00-0.02% of child COVID cases in the United States have resulted in death. Meanwhile, the thousands of reports of serious adverse events and deaths following the jabs have led numerous experts to criticize the effort to inject children with experimental shots.
In summer 2021, researchers with Johns Hopkins School of Medicine found a “mortality rate of zero among children without a pre-existing medical condition such as leukemia” when they “analyze[d] approximately 48,000 children under 18 diagnosed with Covid in health-insurance data from April to August 2020.”’’
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