3 Minute Smackdown of the FDA
The FDA is considering the EUA status for Moderna's vaccine for kids 5 to 11 years old. One public commentator laid it all out there.
His 3 key points (laid out in detail in the second video):
Hospital rates around pediatric COVID cases are inflated. One study out of Stanford estimated 45% of all child C19 hospitalizations were admitting for something other that COVID
By one estimate 50% of all U.S. children have recovered from COVID infections. Vaccines administered to these children absolutely pose a greater risk compared to potential infection from COVID again.
Cost/Benefit analysis must be made knowing that if a child receives a vaccine they will have boosters every 6 months and the risks grow for adverse reactions each time.
Some other stats he notes:
From March through October last year a child had a 1 in a million chance of dying of COVID.
Currently, children are 10x more likely to die of suicide.
Unvaccinated children ages 5 to 11 have a lower risk to COVID than a fully vaccinated adult.
Pediatric hospitalizations are inflated and skewing the perception of impact on kids and subsequently influencing policy in a way not supported by the data.
6-month safety analysis is not sufficient for making this EUA declaration.
We’ll have more of the great comments from concerned citizens, practitioners and even mothers soon. This was just one of many great speakers defending our kids.
Some of the adverse events are horrific. I think they need to be publicised or at least made clear before they give this approval.