The following article was written by Alexander Nazaryan and published by Yahoo News last June 22, 2022.
In it, Nazaryan covers a letter written by Urgency of Normal, a group of prominent doctors and educators. The letter, addressed to White House COVID Response Coordinator Dr. Ashish Jha and CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky urges the revision of the guidelines for children.
The letter states, “We strongly urge you to revise the CDC’s COVID-19 guidelines with regard to testing, isolation, and vaccine recommendations for children to ensure that public health policies are not doing more harm than good”.
In a message to Yahoo News, Dr. Lucy McBride, one of the convenors of Urgency of Normal, said, “We are calling for an end to vaccine and testing policies that exclude children from regular life. Our goal is to help restore confidence in the human immune system, our amazing COVID vaccines, and in public health”.
The group also wants to do away with the CDC’s vaccine recommendation saying, “CDC recommendations to vaccinate and boost healthy young individuals have led many schools, colleges, sports organizations, and summer programs to require up to three doses of mRNA vaccine, regardless of prior infection. Such requirements exclude unvaccinated children or those not boosted from important opportunities.”
Editor’s Note: This article is essential because Urgency of Normal is composed of a new set of doctors from those we usually hear speaking up against the illogical COVID policies of the government [see 17,000 Physicians and Medical Scientists Call On Governments to End National Emergency, Restore Scientific Integrity, Investigate Crimes Against Humanity].
Could this mean that other doctors finally realize that they can no longer stand by as the government continues its abuses against children? We sure hope that this is the beginning of more doctors speaking up.
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