Virginia Regulatory Town Hall
Virginia Department of Health
State Board of Health
Regulations for the Immunization of School Children [12 VAC 5 ‑ 110]
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11/17/22  12:21 pm
Commenter: Wendi

Mandatory C-19 Shot for kids

The shot should not be mandatory for those under the age of 18 for the following reasons. 

  • Healthy children under 18 have virtually no risk of death from COVID, a 99.995% recovery rate and the vast majority have minimal symptoms.  Most children are already immune. The shot does not prevent transmission or infection with the virus.
  • There are several drugs proven safer than the shot that re more effective at treating and preventing COVID in children.
  • The CDC and FDA did not determine the long-term safety of the current COVID shots in children before instituting current child vaccine policies. There are many unstudied and thus unknown concerns about the shot such as fertility, cancer, and autoimmune diseases.
  • The risks demonstrably outweigh the benefits of COVID vaccination in children. There is abundant evidence in official U.S. vaccine safety tracking databases that injuries from COVID shots in children are catastrophic, including 64 U.S. deaths, 433 near-deaths, and 308 permanently disabled.

Plus an increasing number of countries (Denmark, Sweden, UK) and U.S. states (FL) have recommended against the shot in children, especially in younger children and babies.

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