Pfizer to Seek FDA Approval for Infant COVID Vaccine

Pfizer announced this week it plans to seek approval from the federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for a three-dose COVID vaccine for use in children as young as six months old.

The pharmaceutical giant said it has conducted a trial including nearly 1,700 children who were given three doses of one-tenth strength mRNA gene-therapy vaccine. The company claims the injections were “well tolerated” and said that side effects ranged from “mild” to “moderate.”

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said in a statement this week that the company’s experimental vaccines have now been studied in enough young children and teens for the “carefully selected” one-tenth strength dose to be safe for infants.

Bourla added that as soon as regulatory authorization can be obtained the company will make the vaccine available globally to children aged six months and up. While meeting with the globalist elites who gathered at the World Economic Forum this week, Bourla said that he believes the world will continue to suffer “constant waves” of COVID infection from now forward.

Although the FDA has granted “emergency” approval for the use of the experimental COVID jabs, the clinical trials for the vaccine will not be completed until May 2023 at the earliest.

Pfizer and the government’s push to vaccinate infants comes even as scientific research and data indicate that children face exceptionally low risk of serious illness from COVID-19 infection. Children also have been shown to be unlikely to transmit COVID-19 infection. There have been thousands of indications of serious vaccine injuries and deaths that have led widespread medical experts to question the propriety of vaccinating children.

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine researchers reported last year that children without serious pre-existing medical conditions like leukemia have a “mortality rate of zero” from the coronavirus. Their study involved analysis of around 48,000 children diagnosed with COVID-19 between April and August 2020.

Yale University epidemiologist Dr. Harvey Risch has considered the available data and recommends that parents should take their children out of school if necessary to avoid allowing them to receive the vaccine. He said that since children’s lives are “on the line,” parents would be better advised to “create homeschooling environments.”

Risch added that although the vaccines are not a risk that will “kill every child,” the danger is risky enough that the benefit of homeschooling is greater on balance than attending school and taking the jab.