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Australia’s TGA approves COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 12 to 15
We feared this was coming but even so this decision to include teenagers in this reckless rollout of an experimental injection that is killing people all over the world and leaving hundreds of thousands maimed for life is so shocking.
Health Minister Greg Hunt told the Seven Network the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) had approved the vaccine for all children in the cohort. Mr Hunt said those conversations were already “well advanced” within the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI)
Doctors for COVID Ethics, a Europe-based international alliance of hundreds of concerned doctors and scientists, has been issuing urgent warnings about the short- and long-term risks of COVID vaccines, particularly for children. The Defender reports that Dr. Michael Palmer (Canada), Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi, (Germany) and Stefan Hockertz, Ph.D. (Germany) — have assembled in one document powerful expert evidence showing COVID vaccines are not only unnecessary and ineffective but also dangerous for children and adolescents.
For 12- to 17-year-old Americans receiving a COVID shot, VAERS received more than 13,000 reports of adverse events by July 2, including more than 1,909 reports (Pfizer alone) of anaphylaxis, 343 reports (Pfizer alone) of heart problems, 56 reports (Pfizer alone) of blood clotting disorders and 14 deaths, of which 13 were reported after a Pfizer vaccine.
The US Food and Drug Administration has already added a warning to COVID-19 MRNA vaccines, as health experts continue investigating reports of myocarditis and pericarditis, the inflammatory heart conditions among young adults and teens who were recently vaccinated.
But our Australian regulators push on regardless of these grave warnings…
As for putting one’s faith in ATAGI who have yet to give approval don’t hold your breath. See: Conflicts of interest in Australian Vaccination Politics
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It’s a nation in shutdown, with 14 million Australians under stay at home orders across South Australia, New South Wales and Victoria. Faltering businesses closed again, unemployment rising, those still employed work from home and schooling goes online. Our dystopian existence deepens daily.
Victoria’s Delta outbreak is being fuelled by people under 40 who have been unable to secure a vaccination and are infecting others before contact tracers reach them. Health authorities are concerned about the risks the infectious Delta variant poses to younger people, particularly with a slow vaccine rollout restricting their access to the jab.
And what advice do we get from those fuelling this outrageous scamdemic?
Australians may need a third vaccine dose and, depending on which brand they receive, could still be barred from entering certain countries.
Everybody will have to get a booster. In the UK five year-olds to twelve year-olds are driving ‘Delta’. Little kids are getting long Covid – Professor McLaws
10 reasons why children and young people should not get the Covid-19 vaccines
Children and young people have a mostly mild or asymptomatic presentation when infected with SARS-CoV-2. They are at near-zero risk of death from COVID-19.
There is an unusually high rate of reported adverse events and deaths following the COVID-19 vaccines compared to other vaccines. Some adverse events are more common in the young, especially myocarditis. Where potential harm exists from an innovation and little is known about it, the precautionary principle dictates to first do no harm. Better safe than sorry.
Medium and long-term safety data about the COVID-19 vaccines are still lacking. Children and young people have a remaining life expectancy of 55 to 80 years. Unknown harmful long-term effects are far more consequential for the young than for the elderly.
Vaccination policies rely on expected benefits clearly outweighing the risk of adverse events from the vaccination. The risk-benefit analysis for the COVID-19 vaccines points to a high potential risk versus no benefit for children and young people.
Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 from children to adults is minimal and adults in contact with children do not have higher COVID-19 mortality.
It is unethical to put children and young people at risk to protect adults. Altruistic behaviors such as organ and blood donation are all voluntary.
Several prophylactic treatments as well as the COVID-19 vaccines are available to high-risk individuals so they can protect themselves.
Natural immunity from infection with SARS-CoV-2 is broad and robust and more effective than vaccine immunity, especially in combating variants. Children and young people are safer with natural immunity.
There are several prophylactic (preventive) protocols and effective treatments available to children and young people with comorbidities.
Vaccinating children and young people is not necessary for herd immunity. After a year and a half of the pandemic, most people either have pre-existing immunity from other coronaviruses, have recovered from COVID-19 or have been vaccinated.
The TGA’s latest deaths and adverse effects from Covid injections
Since the beginning of the vaccine rollout to 18 July 2021, over 10.1 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been given. The TGA has received and reviewed 399 reports of deaths in people who have recently been vaccinated with over 41,000 reactions and a rate of 4.1 reactions out of every 1000 vaccines given.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has dropped a major hint about a possible “no jab, no play” approach while being grilled on the vaccine rollout.
“I didn’t say we wouldn’t,” the Prime Minister told reporters this afternoon, questioned over whether he’d implement the measure, which is “about as close as you can get to mandating [the] vaccine”. However, he said, it’s not a decision that he or the Federal Government can make for the entire country. “Ultimately, restrictions to be placed on people moving about in their states can only be imposed by states,” he said. The Commonwealth Government can’t do that. Only the state governments can place restrictions on people entering a venue, entering a place of work, things like this, there are also industrial relations issues here at play as well. They can apply, the public health orders, mandate vaccinations like the Western Australia premier has done in terms of quarantine-based workers. They have those powers. They can implement them.”
For all these reasons-tomorrow