The German biotech company that manufactured a COVID-19 shot with Pfizer will seek to get needles in the arms of kids ages 5 to 11 this month and infants/toddlers ages six months to two years old before the end of the year.
Dr. Robert Malone warns that the development of antibody dependent enhancement among those vaccinated with COVID vaccines 'is the vaccinologist’s worst nightmare.' The scientist has recently been calling for a halt to vaccinations.
Citing concerns about the risk of heart inflammation associated with the vaccines, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration asked Pfizer and Moderna to expand the number of children in their clinical trials.
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Fact sheets for both patients and healthcare providers have been updated, the FDA announced last week, adding that the change 'follows an extensive review of information' and a meeting of the CDC’s vaccine safety committee last week.