‘There is not yet enough evidence on the use of vaccines against COVID-19 in children to make recommendations for children to be vaccinated…’
Update: Shortly after publication of this article the World Health Organization amended the web page cited below, changing their advisory to remove their recommendation that “children should not be vaccinated.” An updated version of the page now says children are not at high risk, and therefore do not constitute a priority.
“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, those with chronic health conditions and health workers,” the WHO’s “Covid-19 advice for the public” page now states.
The advisory has also been edited to mention Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine has actually been approved by WHO’s own Strategic Advisory Group of Experts, a note previously omitted.
In a complete about-face, WHO’s “Covid advice” now recommends, “Children aged between 12 and 15 who are at high risk may be offered this vaccine alongside other priority groups for vaccination. Vaccine trials for children are ongoing and WHO will update its recommendations when the evidence or epidemiological situation warrants a change in policy.”
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An advisory published by the World Health Organization tells parents not to vaccinate youngsters under 18 citing a lack of research, as a massive vaccine push is underway in the United States.
A WHO advisory updated as recently as June 3, 2021, claims “COVID-19 vaccines are safe for most people 18 years and older.” (The recommendation even advises pregnant breastfeeding mothers to continue breastfeeding after vaccination so long as there are sufficient supplies of vaccines in their area.)
However, “Children should not be vaccinated for the moment,” the WHO cautions.
“There is not yet enough evidence on the use of vaccines against COVID-19 in children to make recommendations for children to be vaccinated against COVID-19,” the advisory explains.
“Children and adolescents tend to have milder disease compared to adults. However, children should continue to have the recommended childhood vaccines.”
The WHO’s advice flies in the face of Big Pharma’s push in the US to administer their experimental mRNA jabs to younger members of the population, even as numerous reports of myocarditis in youngsters crop up across the US.
Despite the WHO’s suggestion, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has continued to recommend Covid-19 vaccines for people aged 12 and up, citing the FDA’s Emergency Use Authorization as evidence the vaccine is safe for the age group.
Meanwhile, Pfizer is currently carrying out clinical trials testing their vaccine on children 6 months to 11 years, despite the age group’s low risk factors, and the Biden White House has announced a free XBOX giveaway to convince kids to take the vaccine.
The CDC’s divergence from its globalist governing body is particularly noteworthy given the US agency previously regarded the WHO’s advice as sacrosanct; however, it’s likely WHO is just waiting for the completion of clinical trials in youngsters to change its recommendation.