Pfizer jab for 5 to 11 years fails FDA standard for 50% efficacy

This March 22, 2022 article from Dr. Meryl Nass confirms what we already know about the Pfizer jabs – they are ineffective among children aged 5 to 11 years [see New data show Pfizer not effective for kids 5 to 11 years old]. This time, however, the proof comes directly from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which shows that the jab has failed to meet the US Food and Drug Administration’s requirement of 50% efficacy in order for the product to be given the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA).

According to the CDC study quoted by Nass, “Two doses of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine reduced the risk of Omicron infection by 31% among children aged 5–11 years and by 59% among persons aged 12–15 years”.

Editor’s Note: Why are these COVID shots still being administered among children aged 5 to 11 years when they offer no clear benefit? Why does the US, and by extension, the Philippines, continue to sell these experimental products to children? Clearly, health authorities are relying on misinformed parents to get the shots in the arms of young children. Isn’t this a clear indication that the government is no longer looking out for our best interest?

The question is: whose interest are they safeguarding?

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