FDA authorizes 1st COVID-19 shots for infants

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FDA authorizes 1st COVID-19 shots for infants

–Despite the ineffectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccines so far, and the numerous incidents of children getting sick from those vaccines; the FDA authorizes COVID-19 shots for infants and preschoolers.

Per the AP:

U.S. regulators on Friday authorized the first COVID-19 shots for infants and preschoolers, paving the way for vaccinations to begin next week.

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The Food and Drug Administration’s action follows its advisory panel’s unanimous recommendation for the shots from Moderna and Pfizer. That means U.S. kids under 5 — roughly 18 million youngsters — are eligible for the shots. The nation’s vaccination campaign began about 1 1/2 years ago with older adults, the hardest hit during the coronavirus pandemic.

There’s one step left: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends how to use vaccines. Its independent advisers began debating the two-dose Moderna and the three-dose Pfizer vaccines on Friday and will make its recommendation Saturday. A final signoff is expected soon after from CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky.

At a Senate hearing Thursday, Walensky said her staff was working over the Juneteenth federal holiday weekend “because we understand the urgency of this for American parents.”

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She said pediatric deaths from COVID-19 have been higher than what is generally seen from the flu each year.

“So I actually think we need to protect young children, as well as protect everyone with the vaccine and especially protect elders,” she said.

The FDA also authorized Moderna’s vaccines for school-aged children and teens; CDC’s review is next week. Pfizer’s shots had been the only option for those age groups.

For weeks, the Biden administration has been preparing to roll out the vaccines for little kids, with states, tribes, community health centers and pharmacies preordering millions of doses. With FDA’s emergency use authorization, manufacturers can begin shipping vaccine across the country. The shots are expected to start early next week but it’s not clear how popular they will be.*

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*It’s interesting even the AP here admits that the number of Americans willing to expose their infants to an experimental and hitherto ineffective COVID vaccine is uncertain. After years of failure, most just aren’t as willing to trust the word of the government, when it comes to the vaccines. –Editor

FDA authorizes 1st COVID-19 shots for infants, preschoolers  The Associated Press

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