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THREE NEW STUDIES N THE FIELD: Should Children Get a COVID-19 Vaccine?

A trio of new released and peer-reviewed studies have popped up the same question, pulling towards a negative answer.

Should children get the C-19 vaccine?

Take a look at the founding in the article below.

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“Youth under 18 are the least likely age group to need hospital care after getting COVID-19 but Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine was authorized in 2020 for those 16 and older and the authorization was expanded in 2021 to children as young as 5. At the time of the regulatory actions, officials said children should get vaccinated because the jab was highly effective at preventing COVID-19 infection and would likely help curb severe cases among those who still got the disease.”

That may no longer be the case, according to the new studies.

“Researchers with the New York State Department of Health found that effectiveness against infection “declined rapidly” for children, hitting approximately 50 % in January. Research published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) showed a similar drop. And researchers in the United Kingdom pegged the effectiveness among all age groups for the Pfizer jab declining to just 8.8 % after 25 or more weeks.”

The protection against severe disease also diminished, going below 50 % in New York and 51 % in the CDC study for those under 12.

“Taken together, the studies suggest “the benefit roughly equals the risk of harm” for many children, Meissner said.

The risk of heart inflammation after the second dose of the Pfizer shot is about four per million doses among males 5 to 11, 46 per million after the second dose among males 12 to 15, and 70 per million after the second dose among males aged 16 or 17, according to the CDC. Several studies have pegged the risk as higher from vaccination than from COVID-19.”

Some other experts disagree, including Dr. Chandy John, an immunologist at Indiana University School of Medicine.

“As parents are considering vaccination, the results that show some evidence of protection against hospitalization are enough to convince me that vaccination in this age group is still appropriate with the current vaccine,” John told The Epoch Times via email.

Another question also popped up: why have mask mandates been lifted everywhere, but there was nothing mentioned about the kids in school?

Source
The Epoch TimesNejm

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