Thursday, September 30, 2021

CDC urges Covid-19 vaccination in pregnancy; FDA wants infants to be jabbed

If you did not know that CDC is a criminal agency by now, this ought to get you going.  Remember, Covid vaccines are associated with high rates of miscarriages. Thank goodness most women have too much sense to follow these recommendations for vaccines that have not been approved in pregnancy and are very dangerous.

Low Covid-19 vaccination rates among pregnant people have sparked an urgent CDC health advisory targeting people who are now pregnant, trying to become pregnant, and breastfeeding. Covid-19 doubles the risk of ICU admission and increases the risk of death by 70% while also elevating the chances of preterm birth, stillbirth, and NICU admission for newborns. According to CDC data, 31% of pregnant people have been vaccinated against Covid-19. Rates vary by race and ethnicity: They are highest among Asian people (46%), lower among Hispanic or Latino people (25%), and lowest among Black people (16%). Through Sept. 27, there were more than 125,000 confirmed Covid-19 cases in pregnant people, including more than 22,000 hospitalizations and 161 deaths.

And let's not forget FDA.  In August, FDA wrrote to BioNTech regarding testing of its Covid vaccine in babies, and is having Pfizer conduct a trial in babies under 6 months old.  The trial for kids 6 months to 12 years had its final protocol submitted to FDA by Feb. 8, 2021 and the final protocol for babies under 6 months must be submitted by January 31, 2022.  FDA has required Pfizer to conduct these studies.  Whose babies will be targeted? 

1 comment:

ellen said...

The CDC might re-evaluate that statement and change it to factor in how pregnant people can fortify their immune systems, be extra careful, and have treatments on hand. Wait - what am I saying? I mean, they might re-evaluate and change "breastfeeding" to "chestfeeding".