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The COVID Vaccine Officially Added to the Childhood Vaccine Schedule
CDC Adds Original COVID mRNA Vaccine to Childhood Schedule Despite Known Harms
February 10, 2023 | The Defender
“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday added the two-shot primary series mRNA COVID-19 vaccine to its routine immunization schedule for children and adults, formalizing the agency’s vaccine advisory committee’s unanimous recommendation made in October 2022.”
February 9, 2023 the federal government’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) officially added the COVID-19 vaccination to its routine immunization schedule for children and adults.
Although the CDC does not have the authority to set requirements itself, the agency’s immunization schedule provides formal guidance for state and local public health officials who set the rules for which vaccines are required to attend school.
CDC schedule protects pharmaceutical companies from liability for vaccine injuries
Vaccine makers are not liable for injuries or deaths associated with EUA vaccines but can be held liable for injuries caused by a fully licensed vaccine — unless that vaccine is added to the CDC’s childhood vaccination schedule.
The most recent VAERS data on vaccine injuries, updated Feb. 2 for children 6 months to 5 years old who received a COVID-19 vaccine, showed reports of 5,737 adverse events, including 244 cases rated as serious and 14 reported deaths.
As of Feb. 12, the U.K. will no longer recommend COVID-19 boosters for healthy people under age 50.
Denmark ended its universal COVID-19 vaccination campaign for healthy individuals in February 2022.