WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION SAYS NO DATA OR SAFETY STUDIES ON VACCINATING KIDS 5-11, BUT QUEENSLAND BLAZES AHEAD ANYWAY

Queensland’s Vaccine roll-out to children as young as five, began on the 10th of January 2022.

In the 10 days since, it has been ‘full steam ahead’ for Queensland’s politicians, public health bureaucrats and the mainstream media, as over and over parents are urged to get their children injected with the still experimental mRNA shots.

Anyone suggesting that perhaps a “precautionary approach” might be called for, is predictably howled down as a ‘nutcase conspiracy theorist’ or a ‘fruit-loop anti-vaxxer’ – take your pick.

Well if taking a ‘wait and see’ approach when it comes to experimenting on vulnerable kids, makes me an ‘anti-vaxxer’, then so-be-it.

But they’ll have to put all the experts at the World Health Organisation in the same box with me!

Because here’s the thing – the “trusted experts” at the WHO are on my side, not theirs.

In fact, on 5 January 2022 they issued updated ‘interim recommendations’, revised again on the 12th, advising that:

“There are currently NO EFFICACY OR SAFETY DATA for children below the age of 12 years.  UNTIL SUCH DATA BECOMES AVAILABLE, INDIVIDUALS BELOW 12 YEARS OF AGE SHOULD NOT BE ROUTINELY VACCINATED”.

That’s direct from the WHO’s Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety, a group of experts who “provide independent and authoritative guidance to WHO on the topic of safe vaccine use” and who “receives and assesses reports of suspected safety events of potentially international impact.”

So according to “the TRUSTED EXPERTS” at WHO, there is NOT ENOUGH DATA OR SAFETY STUDIES for them to recommend or support the roll-out of Covid-19 shots to children under 12, BUT SOMEHOW AUSTRALIA’S POLITICIANS and public health bureaucrats KNOW BETTER??

SIDENOTE

WHO’s comments on the reliability of COVID case data for children is also very interesting.

According to WHO’s own data-sets, global case reports from 30 December 2019 to 25 October 2021, showed children between 5 and 14 years accounted for 7% of reported global cases and 0.1% of reported global deaths.

However even these extremely low numbers may be overstating things a bit, according to the World Health Organisation.

WHO admits the numbers of cases involving children may be inflated through common childhood conditions like upper respiratory tract infections and pneumonia, being “misclassified” as Covid-19.

The exact quote is:

“It is important to note that children under the age of five years have a higher risk of other diseases with clinical presentations that overlap with COVID-19, such as pneumonia and other viral upper respiratory tract infections, which may lead to misclassification.”

World Health Organisation Links:

The Pfizer BioNTech (BNT162b2) COVID-19 vaccine: What you need to know

COVID-19 advice for the public: Getting vaccinated

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