VACCINE APPROVED FOR ADOLESCENTS
Australia’s drugs regulator, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), recently approved the Pfizer COVID vaccine for children aged 12 to 15 years across the country.
Pfizer’s vaccine was already approved for children aged 16 and over, and AstraZeneca — while it’s not the preferred vaccine for people under 60 — was initially approved for 18-year-olds and over.
The results have been overturned and the age bracket gets younger and younger.
It is now up to another group, the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI), to decide how and when younger people should get the vaccine.
The national COVID-19 Vaccines Taskforce has already begun planning how to ‘logistically support’ the rollout of the vaccine to children to ‘avoid any delay’.
Greg Hunt, Federal Health Minister, laid out a likely scenario of the rollout:
“What is more likely, on the early advice I have, is that they will fast track vaccines for 12-15-year-olds for the immunocompromised children, or those with underlying health conditions, and then they’ll review the incoming data over the course of the next month on the general population,” he said.
After almost 16 months, we are told new variants of the coronavirus are the reason for this push.
Adolescents must also now be included to help ‘stop the spread’.
However, right off the bat, the narrative begins to contradict itself.
STOPPING THE SPREAD?
Chief Health Officer, Dr Kerry Chant, says it is younger people who were now especially at risk, and this is an important point to remember moving forward.
She says this is because younger people often worked in essential industries such as the food supply chain that continue to operate through lockdowns.
“I am arguing that we need to use Pfizer for those young people to stem the transmission chain because we know that that will provide individual benefit to them and prevent them also from spreading it on,” Chant said.
“What we are seeing is people are bringing it into their household and then infecting their older relatives.”
This is the current narrative driving the approval of vaccines for younger Australians.
Children must ‘play their part’ to protect themselves and vulnerable people around them.
Contradicting previous advice and everything we know about vaccines.
Vaccines as a solution?
Over the last 12 months, we have repeatedly been told vaccines don’t prevent you from catching COVID-19, just the ‘severity’ of the disease to the individual that catches it.
If one is unlikely to avoid infection, even after vaccination, how does a vaccine prevent passing it on?
They will catch the virus anyway.
We know most vaccines don’t fully protect against infection, even if they can block symptoms.
As a result, vaccinated people can unknowingly carry and spread pathogens.
This is why we need to continue lockdowns, they say, even if you are vaccinated.
What does vaccinating children achieve in regards to spread?
80% of coronavirus ‘spikes are happening in the most vaccinated countries anyway, Kerry.
Right away, red flags are raised in regards to intention behind this push.
However, let’s give them the benefit of the doubt for the moment.
Let’s say they forgot that vaccines won’t protect grandma from catching it from a grandchild, and just want to vaccinate children against the dangerous Delta strain.
We have looked at spread, but what about infection itself? Will this ‘reduce symptoms’?
We must ask the question: Are children even at risk to begin from Delta with?
The statistics show us that there is little cause for concern.
DELTA IS NOT A THREAT
We have been bombarded with constant media programming about the Delta strain and all of the havoc that this virus is supposedly causing across Australia.
Examination of the data shows that authorities in Australia are using this ‘crisis’ to unjustifiably vaccinate children with an experimental mRNA vaccine, and calls are not backed by evidence.
Let’s first examine to a place that has been labelled as an ‘epicentre’ on coronavirus cases and deaths — the United States. The Australian media routinely turn to overseas stories to drive the narrative.
The latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests the hospitalization rate and risk of severe illness has not been increasing among children:
Do these statistics look like something we should all be rushing to vaccinate our children over?
To further break down these statistics, let’s turn to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), which has also identified how children still have a low risk of becoming severely ill from COVID-19.
According to their latest data, as of July 15, 2021:
4,087,916 COVID-19 cases in children have been reported in total.
This is out of 34,400,000 total cases recorded in the U.S. so far.
0.1%-1.9% of these 4 million child cases resulted in hospitalisation.
Taking the highest end of that measurement, this equals 77,670 hospitalisations in 16 months.
CDC data shows that adolescent hospitalisation rates for COVID peaked at 2.1 per 100,000 children in early January 2021, declined to 0.6 in mid-March, and rose to 1.3 in April.
Hospitalisation rate with the normal flu was much higher in 2019-2020 — 94.1 per 100,000 children.
Of this 0.1%-1.9% COVID cases in hospital, 0.00%-0.03% resulted in death.
Once again, using the highest end, this equals 23 deaths in total since the pandemic began in the Unites States.
This is being generous to the statistics.
Remember, the U.S. has recorded a total COVID death rate of 610,000 people.
23 deaths out of 610,000.
Or, 0.003% of all COVID deaths attributed to children.
To compare, 166 deaths were recorded in children during the 2019-20 flu season.
This was over a 12 months period, not 16 months.
As we can see, when broken down, this is not even approaching regular flu statistics, and is barely a fraction of the overall populations, if we are to believe the statistics.
In Australia, as opposed to U.S statistics, there is even less of a threat for children.
Nobody in the approved Pfizer age group has died of COVID-19 since the pandemic began.
The average age of COVID-19 deaths in Australia is 85 years – above the age of life expectancy.
As reported on October 20, after the peak of corona deaths in Australia, 73 per cent of those who died with COVID-19 had at least one (and often multiple) other pre-existing comorbidities, death certificate data reported by the Australian Bureau of Statistics showed.
Most kids who suffered adverse effects from COVID-19 had underlying medical conditions:
Once again, we see like the U.S. that the scaremongering is not justified.
To compare once again..
During the 2019 flu season, there was 37 confirmed deaths across New South Wales alone.
Where were cries for (much higher) hospitalisations and deaths of influenza?
Also, was Sydney completely locked down during this period? Were millions thrown into chaos?
Did we unleash experimental vaccines, after rapidly speeding up development times, for the flu?
They say they ‘care’ about children, but what about demand for Kids Helpline rising during COVID-19 pandemic? Do they care about the toll of locking down healthy, not-at-risk children?
How can a virus that didn’t target children for the last year, suddenly now start targeting them?
Even more questions that must be considered.
Logic is Inverted..
The mainstream media will tell you this time is ‘different’ and the Delta strain is contagious — and this is the reason why children in Australia need to be vaccinated.
Even if Delta is ‘more contagious’ — vaccines won’t solve this. We know all vaccines do is force viruses to evolve, not be defeated. Many also become weaker in their process of evolution.
If we know that Delta is not a threat to children, why are we attempting to force more variants?
The threat is overhyped and the solution is questionable at bare minimum (more later).
This isn’t just me talking, folks, listen to the CDC themselves:
“Children are spared the severe consequences of COVID-19 and less likely to spread it, and I think that remains true for the Delta variant despite scary headlines,” says Dr. Amesh Adalja, an infectious disease expert and a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins University Center for Health Security.
“People shouldn’t be surprised about cases, because this virus isn’t going to be eliminated or eradicated.“
According to Adalja, the goal has never been to drive coronavirus cases to zero, in complete contradiction to the suicidal NSW ‘zero COVID’ policy.
“Our goal has been to remove the ability of the virus to cause severe disease, hospitalisation, and death — to tame it,” Adalja said.
Why is Australia focusing on hard lockdowns?
The data is in — stop the panic and end the isolation.
A few additional questions that you should be asking yourself:
Why are we not told the age groups of emerging ‘cases’? Or of ‘deaths’ for that matter?
Why are we not told the severity of these conditions for children if caught?
Has a single child ever died of COVID in Australia?
If children get vaccinated, despite not being at risk and still being able to pass it on to more ‘vulnerable’ individuals, then what is the point of the vaccine?
Again, we are told vaccines don’t prevent you from catching or spreading COVID, just the ‘severity’.
Why are not told the full statistics in comparison to total tests taken?
All of these questions, and more, all ignored to push a coercive vaccine policy.
A vaccine that is likely to cause more harm to Australian children than the ‘virus’ itself.
VACCINES: A POTENTIAL DANGER
In the UK, only high risk children are eligible for Pfizer. In the US, children aged 12 to 15 became eligible for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine on May 10, 2021.
Once again, we are following the greater script and must look to overseas analysis to reveal what could potentially happen when Pfizer is introduced for Australian children.
New warning statements will now be added to Pfizer’s vaccines after a potential link to an increased risk of heart inflammation, particularly among young men, was identified in international data.
The CDC announced they had detected an elevated risk of Myocarditis, particularly for men aged 12 to 29, who received mRNA vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna.
The CDC said it had recorded 1226 reports following mRNA vaccination. That amounts to 40.6 cases per million second doses given to males alone.
Myocarditis is inflammation of the heart muscle. A second condition, pericarditis or inflammation of the tissue surrounding the heart, has also been linked to Pfizer’s jab.
“It appears more common in males, more common after dose two, and more common as you get younger,” says Professor Jim Buttery, from the Victorian Immunisation Safety Service.
“Based on fairly limited studies with small numbers of patients, there is definitely a link between the Pfizer vaccine and myocarditis,” said Professor Chris Semsarian, spokesman for the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand.
This is in addition to key (common) side-effects from vaccination, such as fever, chills, muscle pain, fatigue, and pain where the vaccine was administered.
Is this something that you want to risk for your child, given our analysis of the ‘Delta threat’?
When will people realise vaccinations are NOT — and will NEVER BE — the answer?
Did the flu vaccine ever get rid of a constantly mutating flu? No.
Why should we expect the COVID vaccine to do the same?
Why are we giving children, who are not susceptible to serious implications of the virus, jabs for?
As we have explored, the push defies logic and the ‘solution’ should be carefully considered.
TOTT News encourages everyone to become aware of the Epsilon Agenda.
The ages will get younger, as they have already.
This is because they are already planning well beyond vaccines.
To ‘preventative implant measures’ that will help children avoid catching it.
We will be exploring these in future pieces soon.
Please share with any parents you may know so they can weigh up the information for themselves.
COVID-19 deaths by age group and sex
Australian Department of Health
Heart inflammation warning added to Pfizer jab
Sydney Morning Herald
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