Moderna Expects Child Vax Data by March as More Parents Reject Jabbing Their Kids

Moderna to report Covid-19 vaccine data for kids ages 2-5 by March, but parents aren’t letting their kids take the shot.

  • Moderna announced Wednesday it intends to report data of the efficacy of its Covid-19 vaccine in children ages 2-5 by March, Forbes reports, and aims to assess its booster shot for ages 12-17.
  • The pharmaceutical company said it will proceed with regulatory filings to seek approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) if data from the 2 to 5 age group trials is promising.
  • At the same time, U.S. children ages 5 to 11 are showing low Covid-19 vaccination rates, according to The Associated Press, as fewer parents are choosing to give thier children the shot.
  • “Think twice before you vaccinate your kids. Because if something bad happens, you can’t go back and say, ‘whoops, I want a do-over,’” mRNA technology inventor Dr. Robert Malone recently told EpochTV’s “American Thought Leaders,” adding that serious adverse events caused by the vaccine can be “so severe that it puts your child in the hospital.”
  • The CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) reports 21,382 deaths from the Covid-19 vaccine, as of December 31, 2021, and over 1 million Covid-19 vaccine injuries in total.
  • Daniel Kotzin, of Denver, said he is convinced he made the right decision not to vaccinate his 5-year-old daughter and 7-year-old son because most omicron cases seem to be mild, notes AP.
  • “They are essentially at no risk of harm, so I really don’t understand the reason to vaccinate them,” he said.
  • Malone noted that with regard to myocarditis, The Epoch Times reports, or inflammation of the heart, “there’s a good chance that if your child takes the vaccine, they won’t be damaged, they won’t show clinical symptoms—[but] they may have subclinical damage.”
  • “But the question is, do you want to take that chance with your child? Because if you draw the short straw and your child was damaged, most of these things, if not all of them, are irreversible. There is no way to fix it,” Malone went on to say. “And I get these emails all the time: ‘Doctor, doctor, what can we do? This has happened.’ And that once it’s happened, there’s … you can’t go back, you can’t put Humpty Dumpty back together again.”

***Watch the above interview in full here.

  • The FDA has yet to approve any Covid-19 vaccine for those aged 2 to 5, with only Pfizer’s vaccine authorized for those aged 5 to 11, Forbes notes.
  • Moderna says it’s evaluating a booster dose for ages 12 to 17 despite not yet having its initial two-dose vaccine approved for the age group.
  • 7 million children ages 5 to 11 have already received at least one dose of the experimental vaccine as of January 5, according to the CDC, representing a quarter of all 5- to 11-year-olds in the U.S.