The Covid-19 vaccine has been formally added to the routine immunization schedule for children ages 6 months and older by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
It has been made clear that Covid-19 has very little, if any, impact on children, posing no threat to them if they do not have a condition that puts them at high risk.
Additionally, the vaccinations have repeatedly proven themselves to be ineffective at preventing infection and the spread of Covid-19. Vaccinated individuals have also had very adverse reactions to the vaccine.
Therefore, mandating them for children would pose more threat to them than if they just got Covid-19 and developed natural immunity, especially since they would get it even if they were vaccinated.
In reference to the CDC’s announcement about the addition of the Covid vaccine to the 2023 child and adolescent immunization schedule, Dr. Neil Murthy and Dr. A. Patricia Wodi said, “This means COVID-19 vaccine is now presented as any other routinely recommended vaccine and is no longer presented in a special “call out” box as in previous years. This, in a sense, helps ‘normalize’ this vaccine and sends a powerful message to both healthcare providers and the general public that everyone ages 6 months and older should stay up to date with recommended COVID-19 vaccines (including a booster, when eligible), just as they would with any other routinely recommended vaccine.”