Will kids need booster shots?
The answer to this question is a clear NO. Even the World Health Organization says the same thing.
Remember, even the primary COVID jabs (first two shots) were not necessary for children, why then do we think that a third jab will be any different?
Evidence also shows that children with comorbidities, unlike adults, are at no increased risk for COVID even if they remain unvaccinated.
- Peer-reviewed research shows immunocompromised children at no increased risk of severe COVID
- German study confirms Children at VERY low risk of COVID-related severe disease and death
Several health experts from other countries say that vaccines are unnecessary among healthy school-aged children.
- Florida breaks with CDC: No COVID vaccine for healthy children
- New data show Pfizer not effective for kids 5 to 11 years old
- Open letter to pediatricians and parents includes more than 1,000 references for true informed consent on COVID vaccination
- Group of Senior Doctors and Scientists Call on JCVI to Pause Roll out of COVID Vaccines to Children 5 to 11 years
- Sweden will not recommend COVID vaccines for kids aged 5 to 11 years
- Norway Believes Natural Immunity is Better Protection for Children Five to 11 Years
- mRNA Inventor: Toxic Spike Proteins from COVID Jabs Often Cause Permanent Damage in Kids
- Finland will not recommend COVID injections for healthy children aged 5 to 11 years
We hope that when people from your local government units (LGUs) and the Department of Health (DOH) come knocking on your doors to vaccinate your children, you know what to tell them.