CDC Advisory Committee Votes To Include COVID-19 Vaccine To Child, Adult Immunization Schedule

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices voted unanimously to add the COVID-19 vaccine to the agency’s new recommended immunization schedules for children and adults in 2023.

The new schedule, approved by the committee with a 15-0 vote, recommends that children begin receiving the controversial COVID-19 vaccine injections when they are as young as 6 months old.
Some COVID-19 vaccine critics fear that the new immunization schedule could influence states to require that children be vaccinated for the virus in order to attend school.

“ACIP vote is today on whether to add COVID-19 shots to the childhood immunization schedule. CDC knows this will precipitate mandatory COVID shots for many schools and sports leagues,” tweeted Congressman Thomas Massie (R-KY).

“I am adamantly opposed to the Covid-19 vaccine being added to children’s vaccine schedule. Thousands of covid vaccine injuries & deaths on VAERS have never been investigated. Since 1-04-20, out of 1,060,051 total covid deaths only 1,494 deaths occurred in kids 0-18,” tweeted Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA).

“Absolutely insane that the CDC is going to add the COVID vaccine to the childhood immunization schedule. This isn’t about “science” or health,” tweeted Arizona Republican Senate candidate Blake Masters. 

“This is the same committee that approved booster vaccines for children despite no evidence that COVID boosters reduce transmission, hospitalization, or death among children. Appalling!” tweeted Senator Rand Paul (R-KY).

Despite widespread concerns over the move, the CDC maintains that the new schedule does not officially change the federal government’s COVID-19 vaccine policy.

“It’s important to note that there are no changes in COVID-19 vaccine policy, and this action would simply help streamline clinical guidance for healthcare providers by including all currently licensed, authorized and routinely recommended vaccines in one document,” a CDC spokesperson told Fox News.

Vaccine critic Robert F. Kennedy Jr., attorney and author of “The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health,” previously suggested in December 2021 that the government is pushing to vaccinate children against COVID-19 in order to keep liability protection.

“They are never going to market a vaccine, allow people access to a vaccine, an approved vaccine without getting liability protection. Now the emergency use authorization vaccines have liability protection under the PREP Act and under the CARES Act,” Kennedy told internet personality Mikhaila Peterson last winter.

“So as long as you take an emergency use vaccine, you can’t sue them. Once they get approved, now you can sue them, unless they can get it recommended for children. Because all vaccines that are recommended, officially recommended for children get liability protection, even if an adult gets that vaccine,” Kennedy explained.

“That’s why they are going after the kids. They know this is going to kill and injure a huge number of children, but they need to do it for the liability protection,” he added.

This news and commentary by Andrew White originally appeared on Valiant News.


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