The Philippines Food and Drug Administration has approved the emergency use authorization of the Moderna COVID shot for children aged 6 to 11 years. The report on this was written by Willie Casas and published by The Manila Standard last June 1, 2022.
The Department of Education is however waiting for an official recommendation from the World Health Organization before rolling out the Moderna vaccines as a primary series for young children.
Editor’s Note: In many countries around the world, Moderna is not being used for children because of the increased risk it poses [see Germany Suspends Moderna for Under 30s, France Halts Use of Moderna for People Under 30 Years, Finland suspends Moderna for young people due to increased risk of heart inflammation following vaccination, Iceland stops Moderna use for all ages, Sweden, Denmark pause use of Moderna COVID vaccine for younger age groups due to side effects].
This, despite many countries insisting that the Moderna vaccine is “safe” and “effective” [see Experts assess safety and necessity of Moderna COVID-19-mRNA-Vaccine for children].
Are our children being used so that Moderna can reduce its wasted vaccine doses? [See Moderna CEO Throwing Out 30 Million Vaccine Doses: Nobody Wants Them. Also, read the following to see other risks associated with the Moderna vaccine, Research Shows Moderna Shots Lead to Autoimmune Hepatitis, Research Shows Moderna Shots Lead to Autoimmune Hepatitis. FDA adds heart inflammation warning to Pfizer, Moderna experimental vaccines. Also, see Moderna chief medical officer: No hard evidence showing vaccine can stop spread of virus, Finally on mainstream media: COVID shots impair long-term immunity].
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