Pres. Joe Biden delivers remarks on COVID-19 vaccinations for kids | USA Today 1

Pres. Joe Biden delivers remarks on COVID-19 vaccinations for kids | USA Today


An advisory committee to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday voted to recommend Pfizer-BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine for children 5 to 11, and CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky has signed off on the committee's recommendations.

Now vaccines will be available to eligible children across the country as soon as Wednesday.

The CDC announced the news in a Tuesday night release, saying the recommendation includes about 28 million children and that health care providers can start vaccinating the age group "as soon as possible."

Although younger children are now able to get vaccinated, many parents still have questions. Here's everything health experts want them to know about the vaccine.

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    1. If the parents concede to this they have lost their minds. No parents ever asked for this!! They are lying devils!!

    2. @Kathy Accomando even everyone in the UK knows all about CRT being fed to kids, it’s a form of brainwashing – the Left in the UK are pushing it too.

  1. I know a man who is a manager of a store I shop at. He has been in the hospital for 3 weeks with blood clots in his lungs. Yes, he got the V

  2. Now they are playing Russian roulette with kids. Who gets the placebo who gets the kill shot? Cuz ya know if they all drop like flies then the sham is up

  3. If these are mandated for children, who is held accountable when a portion of the kids die. If you’re confident they are safe, there shouldn’t be an issue with liability.

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