Wednesday, August 3, 2022

People aren’t getting their young kids vaccinated against COVID-19 — and many aren’t getting boosters either / Philadelphia Inquirer

And Pennsylvania has provided fake statistics, and now no statistics on the terribly low uptake of COVID vaccines today in preschoolers.  Americans are finally jumping off the bandwagon...while their health departments are still pretending everyone else is doing it, so you should too.  Americans may be quiet, but they have figured out what is good for their children, and what isn't.  And they have stopped getting boosted.  

And these Americans are not going to be outfoxed about monkeypox, either.  Fool me once... as George Bush the younger tried to emote...

And as for that more traditional vaccine that causes myocarditis and goodness knows what else with its armyworm/baclovirus/spike surprise: 

As we have learned all the facts,

We say NO to NOvavax

Only 4% of children under 5 in Pennsylvania have received a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

A 3-year-old holds a lollipop after receiving the Moderna COVID-19 vaccination at a Walgreens pharmacy in Lexington, S.C.
A 3-year-old holds a lollipop after receiving the Moderna COVID-19 vaccination at a Walgreens pharmacy in Lexington, S.C.Sean Rayford / AP

COVID cases have increased in Philadelphia about 40% over the past month — and that’s without counting the scores of people testing positive at home as the latest BA.5 omicron variant surges across the country.

Although vaccines are keeping most people out of the hospital, the White House has been urging all Americans to get vaccinated and boosted, including the young children who this summer finally gained access to immunizations.

“If you are vaccinated but have not gotten a booster, this is a really good time to go and get a booster,” said White House coronavirus response coordinator Ashish Jha in a briefing last week.

Many in Philadelphia, along with most of the nation, appear to be shrugging off the guidance.

The latest data show that few of America’s youngest have received a dose of the vaccine — and many adults are going without recommended booster shots. These same trends are playing out locally.

Here’s an overview of who is getting vaccinated — and not.

Last week, the Kaiser Family Foundation reported that just over a month after their approval, vaccination rates among children under 5 seemingly has peaked at 2.8%. Since the most enthusiastic parents got their kids’ shots, the average number of new doses administered nationally has started declining.

Pennsylvania is doing slightly better. About 28,000 children under 5 have received at least one dose — amounting to 4%.

The slow uptake was predicted. Only 1 in 5 parents of children in this age group wanted to get their child vaccinated right away, according to a May poll by Kaiser Family Foundation. An updated poll released on Tuesday found that 2 in 5 parents for eligible children would “definitely not” vaccinate their child.

The uptick following the approval of the first pediatric vaccines played out differently for children 5 to 11. After vaccines were recommended for the older children in November 2021, about 20% of this age group in Pennsylvania received one dose in the first month, according to CDC data.

Philadelphia is not reporting vaccination data for the youngest children on the city’s or the state’s dashboards. The city is currently collecting data on vaccination among children under 5 and will add the information in the near future, the Philadelphia Department of Public Health said in an email. No date is set for the release.

The city’s reporting has not always been reliable.  In March, the Health Department admitted to inflating child vaccination rates by counting thousands of vaccines twice — namely, by not distinguishing between the first and second doses. For weeks, the department touted a child vaccination rate of over 50%. The Inquirer identified discrepancies in the data, which eventually led to the disclosure that the actual vaccinate rate is close to one in three.

The vaccination rate for children ages 5 to 11 has increased only by a few percentage points in the months since — from 34% receiving at least one dose in mid-March to 38% this week.

Philadelphia’s adults also aren’t rushing after booster shots, and the recent wave of the omicron variant BA.5 has seemingly done little to change attitudes. Through July 11, about 36% of Philadelphia residents 18 and older had received a booster. In recent months, vaccination rates have plateaued for all demographic groups, no matter whether they are going without first shots or boosters.

Public health authorities say they still hope to see more people get vaccinated.


Anonymous said...

1.) ''Pfizer Confesses: C19 Vaccine Formula Changed AFTER Trials. FDA Colluded To Skip Tests'' (Tris/ PBS)..

2.) ''Mortality Rates are LOWEST among the ''UNVACCINATED'' in all Age Groups''

‘We finally have indisputable evidence that the Covid-19 vaccines are deadly and killing people in the thousands, and it has been quietly published by the UK Government whilst they had you distracted by the resignation of Boris Johnson as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and the resulting leadership contest between Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak to replace him.

An official report published by the UK Government confirms the mortality rates per 100,000 are the lowest among the unvaccinated population in every single age group in England. And the data reveals the gap between the unvaccinated and vaccinated population in terms of mortality rates is widening by the month.

This has resulted in the partly vaccinated, double vaccinated, and triple vaccinated populations being more likely to die of any single cause than the unvaccinated population among all age groups in England as of May 2022, the most recent month with data made available by the UK Government.’

Way more in link..

Anonymous said...


""Life insurance claims skyrocket after COVID jab rollout, prompting insurers to take legal action against Vaccine manufacturers""

(Natural News) Life insurance claims have skyrocketed since the COVID jab rollout, dwarfing the number of claims made during 2020 when a high-mortality-rate-pandemic was supposedly ravaging the Nation. Yale epidemiologist Harvey Risch believes that insurance companies are on the verge of taking legal action against vaccine manufacturers over vaccine-associated death risks that were downplayed from the very beginning.

Risch points to an explosion of “early unexpected mortality claims” after the COVID vaccine rollout. This influx of life insurance claims is not even COVID-related, and insurers are struggling to pay out. Risch says that vaccine manufacturers misrepresented the “all-cause mortality” from their very own clinical trials, not only deceiving the population into taking dangerous vaccines, but also misleading the insurance companies who are now forced to pay for thousands of needless deaths in young and middle-aged adults.

Will insurance companies seek financial compensation from the COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers to cover for “major financial risk that they have to figure out how to manage” going forward?