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(LifeSiteNews) – The World Health Organization said that the COVID shots are not important for healthy children and adolescents but highly recommended for “pregnant persons.”

According to the WHO’s updated guidelines on the COVID-19 injections, “healthy children and adolescents aged 6 months to 17 years” now fall under the “low priority group” for getting COVID shots.

WHO’s Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on Immunization (SAGE) developed a “revised roadmap for prioritizing the use of COVID-19 vaccines,” following their latest meeting on March 20-23.

“Updated to reflect that much of the population is either vaccinated or previously infected with COVID-19, or both, the revised roadmap reemphasizes the importance of vaccinating those still at-risk of severe disease, mostly older adults and those with underlying conditions, including with additional boosters,” SAGE Chair Dr. Hanna Nohynek stated.

“Countries should consider their specific context in deciding whether to continue vaccinating low risk groups, like healthy children and adolescents, while not compromising the routine vaccines that are so crucial for the health and well-being of this age group.”

While SAGE did put children and adolescents between 6 months and 17 years in their “low risk group” regarding COVID-19, they wrongly claimed that “[p]rimary and booster doses are safe and effective in children and adolescents.”

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Studies have shown that COVID shots can cause heart inflammation in young people, especially young males, but also in young women. Moreover, a data analysis has shown that COVID booster shots are much more dangerous for young people than the virus itself.

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SAGE’s new high priority group includes, among others, older adults, people with relevant comorbidities, infants under 6 months, and so-called “pregnant persons.”

“Vaccinating pregnant persons – including with an additional dose if more than 6 months have passed since the last dose – protects both them and the fetus, while helping to reduce the likelihood of hospitalization of infants for COVID-19,” SAGE claimed.

The WHO’s endorsement of COVID shots for pregnant women comes despite alarming data from all over the world which indicates that the experimental injections lead to higher miscarriage and stillbirth rates and lower birth rates.

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