The following is an official statement from the World Health Organization (WHO) published under the title “COVID-19 advice for the public: Getting vaccinated”.
Included in this statement is a section on who should get the vaccines. It said, “Children and adolescents tend to have milder disease compared to adults, so unless they are part of a group at higher risk of severe COVID-19, it is less urgent to vaccinate them than older people”.
It adds, “More evidence is needed on the use of the different COVID-19 vaccines in children to be able to make general recommendations on vaccination against COVID-19…Children aged between 12 and 15 who are at high risk may be offered this vaccine alongside other priority groups for vaccination”.
Editor’s Note: Much of the comments we have for this article have already been saying in another article, see German panel issues limited approval for COVID-19 shots for children and adolescents.
However, we want to highlight this fact: when we first saw the WHO notice, its words were different. The notice changed while we were writing this article. Good thing we were able to screenshot the original notice. The image below (screen captured from the WHO website) shows the original words:
In essence, the meaning is the same, but the original statement was clearer and explicit. WHO made this change yesterday, when vaccine-hesitant people started citing their statement to support the outcry against COVID vaccinations in children. We know that this is not the first time WHO has changed its statements. Months ago, WHO deleted information on natural immunity on its website but was forced to put it back after backlash from experts [see WHO deletes info on natural immunity on its website]. WHO’s changing stance about critical issues tells us that there is another agenda at play here [there are several articles on this website which points to the possibility that there is a conflict of interest within the health organization, read WHO insider blows whistle on Gates and GAVI global health dictatorship, Will the real WHO please stand up?, WHO Whistleblower: WHO withheld Italy’s “lessons learned” report].
We wanted to add this resource here on this website because we want people to know that this exists and that there is no reason to rush into vaccinating your children just because the government says that it is “necessary”. Science does not yet support the vaccination of children.
It, however, makes us wonder, why the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Canadian government went on an all-out campaign to get children vaccinated when the science for vaccinating children was not yet airtight. Could it have been a panicked response to the failing vaccination rollout? [See https://covidcalltohumanity.org/2021/04/29/mass-vaccination-programs-are-failing-mainstream-media-attempt-to-misinform-people/]. This says a lot about the people who run the agency and it opens new questions about how they make their decisions.
We recommend that parents also read a guide written by Dr. Bryam Bridle to help them understand the truth about natural immunity and the dangers of COVID vaccines [see Top scientist calls for halt to COVID vaccination of children].
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