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World Health Organization backtracks on its COVID-19 vaccine stance, says injections are “low priority” for kids
By Ramon Tomey // Jun 28, 2024

The World Health Organization (WHO) has backtracked on its stance regarding the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) injections, now claiming that giving children these vaccines is a "low priority."

Steve Watson of Modernity News highlighted this sudden turnaround, noting that anyone who didn't recommend the COVID-19 injections would have been "suspended from social media or publicly 'canceled.'" But given that the global health body was the one that changed its opinion, nobody batted an eyelash.

The WHO's Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on Immunization (SAGE) issued the revised guidelines. According to the group, it no longer recommends the COVID-19 injection for "healthy" children aged between six months and 17 years.

"The public health impact of vaccinating healthy children and adolescents is comparatively much lower than the established benefits of traditional essential vaccines for children – such as the rotavirus, measles and pneumococcal conjugate vaccines," SAGE wrote.

Dr. Hanna Nohynek, SAGE chairwoman, explained that the updated guidelines "reflect that much of the population is either vaccinated, previously infected with COVID-19 or both. She continued: "The revised roadmap re-emphasizes the importance of vaccinating those still at risk of severe disease – mostly older adults and those with underlying conditions – including with additional boosters.

The WHO's new policy identifies three priority groups – high, medium and low – with children and teens in the low category. The definitions assess categories for "risk of severe disease and death." Nevertheless, the global health body still recommended that "children who have compromised immune systems or existing health conditions … get the [COVID-19] vaccine."

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A subsequent revision of the guidelines from December 2023 also acknowledged this change, noting that "re-vaccination [is] not routinely recommended" for both healthy adults, children and adolescents injected with at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. However, the WHO still recommended that all adults, alongside children and adolescents with comorbidities, get injected with at least one dose.

CDC still recommends COVID-19 injections for kids and teens

Meanwhile, Watson pointed out that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) still recommends COVID-19 vaccines for children aged six months and older. "It's unclear whether the CDC will follow in adapting its recommendations to this revised WHO policy," he wrote.

According to the public health agency's website, "everyone aged five years and older should get one dose of an updated COVID-19 vaccine to protect against serious illness." Children aged six months to four years may need "multiple doses of COVID-19 vaccines to be up-to-date," it added. The CDC's recommendation for unvaccinated children aged six months to four years is equally outrageous, suggesting that they get injected with "two to three doses of updated COVID-19 vaccine. (Related: CDC is about to add covid-19 vaccines to the childhood immunization schedule, creating total liability protection for Pfizer & Moderna.)

The CDC justified COVID-19 vaccines for children by parroting the "safe and effective" line, deliberately ignoring the countless stories of vaccine injuries and deaths caused by the mRNA injection. Moreover, many studies have proven that vaccine-induced immunity wanes over time and that natural immunity remains superior when it comes to COVID-19.

"What is clear is that those parents who remained skeptical of putting hastily developed 'authorized for emergency use' mRNA vaccines into their children have been clearly vindicated – and this time by no less than the WHO," Watson concluded.

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Watch former Pfizer Vice President and Chief Scientist Dr. Michael Yeadon revealing that the COVID-19 injections were designed to cause permanent injury and death.

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