Democrat Joe Biden and his administration, including Anthony Fauci, are accustomed to great power and are apparently on a new power grab, deciding overnight that, after going back and forth on their “Pandemic plans,” a decision has been made about vaccinating American children. Just like that, they have decided, and Americans will learn about it in the media.
MSNBC reported on Monday, “COVID cases are plateauing, which is good news, and the vaccine is on the way—but there may be darker days to come. New COVID variants are proving more transmissible—one, in fact, can reinfect you even after you’ve had COVID. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the chief medical advisor to the President and the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, appeared last night on CNN’s The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer to issue a warning—and sage advice about how to stay safe.”
FAUCI CHANGES HIS MIND AGAIN
After laying out the demands that people will have to all be vaccinated, the story comes out that their plans will include children.
On CNN Fauci said, that although things are getting better and children do not really face dangers, “It is conceivable that things could get a little worse. What we’re starting to see, which is a good sign, is that we’re starting to see a plateauing of the numbers of cases, which will always be followed by a diminution and a plateauing, and then ultimately a diminution of hospitalizations as well as deaths.”
In other words, this whole thing is never-ending, and they will just continue to grab power without the consent of the people.
Monday night, a new report from Yahoo was published about Fauci and his new plans for the new Covid:
“As the Biden administration continues its push to vaccinate millions of Americans before COVID-19 mutates further, health experts and drug manufacturers have begun focusing their attention on inoculating children in the hopes of surpassing the herd immunity threshold for the virus.
“Hopefully, by the time we get to the late spring, early summer, we will have children being able to be vaccinated according to the FDA’s guidance,” Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, said last week.
While children are less likely than adults to develop severe illness from COVID-19, they are known to contract and spread the disease asymptomatically. Fauci has estimated that the herd immunity threshold for COVID-19 is between 70 percent and 85 percent of the population, meaning that those vaccinated or exposed to the virus reaches a high enough level to prevent its further spread. Given that almost a quarter of the U.S. population is under the age of 18 achieving herd immunity will require that at least some children be vaccinated.
As of Feb. 1, over 31 million Americans, most over the age of 65, had received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. In the coming weeks, the vaccine rollout is expected to extend beyond health care workers and the elderly, yet neither of the two vaccines has yet been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for children. Pfizer’s vaccine has been cleared for people 16 years and older, while Moderna’s is approved for those 18 years or older.
Both companies have started trials for children as young as 12, but Moderna has struggled to find enough young participants. Yahoo News Medical Contributor Dr. Kavita Patel explains the need for trials in children younger than 18 and 16. “Many of the doses of vaccines that we use in a childhood age population are not as strong or are at a different dosage than what we might use in adults and especially the elderly,” Patel said. “Plus, we do need to make sure that the two-dose approach is still necessary.”
Please read the full article at Yahoo.